Each week or so I post a readable or watchable and/or a listenable of which I'm fond. You can choose what happens after my recommendation. Ignore, embrace, debate.
Earlier volumes of The Rabbit Recommends can be found here.
I suggested you snatch this up when the author, Knox McCoy guest posted here about the teasers and realities of weddings. But now, I've finished it and I really mean it. Jesus and The Bachelorette is a reminder that God isn't just found in a choir robe singing "I Can Only Imagine" at your church on Sunday. He can also be found in a hot mess reality show. So put down your Oswald Chambers and pick up this far more entertaining literary masterpiece.
P.S. I'll buy a copy of Jesus and The Bachelorette for the 1st person to correctly answer each of the following in the comments (2 winners!):
1. When I die, I'd like a swag bag given to each person attending my funeral. The first item is Cheez-its. What are the other 2 items to be included?
2. When I attended Emory University, you were required to take 4 PE classes to graduate, one of which had to be swimming. What other three PE classes did I take?
I discovered Steve Moakler when he opened once for Dave Barnes. I was hooked. NoiseTrade says Steve is for fans of Matt Nathanson, Mat Kearney, and Matt Wertz. Umm...some of my favorite Matthews ever. Moakler has a new album, Watching Time Run, releasing this week. Downloading it will be Tuesday's first task while watching coffee brew. His last album, All The Faint Lights which includes my favorite track Hesitate featured above, is currently available for free at NoiseTrade.
Recommending Disclaimer: I don't suggest anything because I get it free or because I have some sort of illicit relationship with Chris Harrison or musicians named Matt, Mat, or Steve.