Writing credits listingJun 1998 in CCM 20.12Jul 1998 in YouthWorker 14.6
Jul 1998 in CCM 21.1
- "Shedding New Light On Pop Music"
Oct 1998 in CCM 21.4The Electrics - Livin' It Up When I Die
What's New: Church Boy
Dec 1998 in CCM 21.6Jan 1999 in CCM 21.7"A Stargazer Is Born"
Feb 1999 in CCM 21.8Apr 1999 in CCM 21.10May 1999 in CCM 21.11"An Insyders Critique"
Jan 2000 in CCM 22.7Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Amy Grant, image and lyrics debates
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Rich Mullins
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Sexual scandals: Michael English, Sandy Patti, Amy Grant & Gary Chapman
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: The Internet
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Billboard Charts
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Mainstream crossover: Bob Carlisle, Kirk Franklin
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Contemporary & Rock music
Nine Moments that Defined the 90s: Underground musical styles expand
Nov 2000 in CCM 23.5Mar 2001 in CCM 23.911 Jun 2001 in Christianity Today 45.8May 2004 in CCM 26.11
- "Age To Age"
Each period contains major artist list. Article includes a timeline.
[Pre-1978] The early Jesus movement, development of the Christian music scene; breaks into aspects of the Jesus movement and their impact
[1978-1983] Establishment of industrial structures, crossover concept emerges
[1983-1988] Crossover concept takes off, acceptance of greater stylistic variety; greater resistance to Christian music
[1988-1993] The line between "Christian Music" and general music blurs, spirituality in music becomes more important that explicit "Christianness"
[1993-1998] Rap and rock, expansion of industry, recent trends
Sep 2006 in YouthWorker 23.1
- "When We Roared"
Tools: The Gospel According To The Beatles
Aug 2007 in Charisma 33.1Jan 2011 in YouthWorker 27.3
- Tools: Body Piercing Saved My Life
- Tools / Books: The Soul of Hip-Hop