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Playlist | Fernando Ebanks

I grew up with my dad and uncle listening to music mostly based in Caribbean, America and England. In my family as we listen to music, we love to dance, celebrate, cry, think, and reflect. My uncle taught me that although words are important… it has to sound good too!

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Playlist | Jayne Burnham

I enjoy many genres of music … depending on my activity and mood determines what I will listen to. For our staff playlists, I’ve chosen a genre that hasn’t yet been showcased.

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Playlist | Sam Seifert

I don’t actually listen to music, it’s not my thing. So, rather than pick songs willy-nilly I asked our pastors to pick songs that reminded them of me. The following is, for better or worse, how my co-workers see me. Enjoy!

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Playlist | Robin Johnson

These songs capture aspects of my life that have helped me reflect and understand God and His Word. In dealing with the impact of emotional pain and suffering at different stages of life I choose to praise God.

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Playlist | Shawn Baran

I recognize that not all of these songs will be for everyone, and if you start listening and it’s not your jam, that’s totally cool. But hopefully, for some of you, listening to this will help you feel less alone… or at the very least you’ll find some new favourite jams, because these songs slap!

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Playlist | Clyde Glass

The theme of water flows through most of the opening songs on this list. While there is no single meaning that the sea, rivers or rain have in literature or song, they are commonly metaphors for life and its challenges or for our longing for cleansing – both of which are certainly elements of this season we are walking through.

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Playlists | Hannah Hunt

This list of female artists has been my summer soundtrack. Some songs are light and idyllic and some speak to a more difficult human experience. I hope you find something new to enjoy!

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Playlists | Jesus Salazar

I’ve found myself listening to a lot of downtempo recently. It’s one of the few styles that effectively blends recognizable older styles into something new and enjoyable.

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