Category: spoken word


Hi all:

I have moved my blog to my new website at www.christianpiatt.com. You can link to the blog directly from the home page, and there is an RSS feed you can pick up if you would like to subscribe.

Thanks for following, and hope to greet you at the new site!

Peace,
Christian Piatt

Our Transitional Regional Minister, Jose Morales Jr., offered the message last Sunday at Milagro, our church. It was titled “Authentic Worship” and Amy Piatt, co-founder of the church, pastor and also my wife, introduces him.

Though I’d share:
Authentic Worship, by Jose Morales

Enjoy,
Christian

check out the video below and follow more to come at http://www.youtube.com/user/christianpiatt

I just posted my new podcast, “Time, Death and the Brain”

http://christianpiatt.podbean.com

Let me know what you think.

Peace,
Christian

First, if you haven’t checked out the final part of the three-part WTF (Where’s the Faith?) discussion with fellow series co-creator and co-editor, it’s all up in its three-part yumminess now. So suck it up!

Next, I developed a narrative postcard of one of our church giveaways, since so many folks have asked about them.

Third, I posted another track from my “S’aint Trio” free jazz and spoken word album I did last summer. The piece is called “Collapse,” and has some serious energy going on.

Last but hopefully not least, I knocked out a solo (S’aint solo, no trio, yo) spoken word track today at home called “Revolution,” and I thought it came together pretty well. Thought I’d share.

Here’s to happier ear-holes. Enjoy.

Peace,
Christian Piatt/S’aint

If you have been following the three-part “WTF Chat” on my podcast with my WTF? (Where’s the Faith?) book co-creator and co-editor Brandon Gilvin, or if you’ve been waiting until all three parts were available at once, the time has come.

Check out http://christianpiatt.podbean.com/ for parts one through three-now available, or as usual, search “Piatt” in iTunes.

I also have a podcast posted about the most dangerous four-letter word in the English language. This is a sermon I offered at Milagro Christian Church in Pueblo Colorado and at Lee’s Summit Christian Church in Missouri, both in August.

http://christianpiatt.podbean.com/

Dig it.

I traveled recently to Lee’s Summit, MO for an event where I was leading some workshops, speaking and such. On Sunday night, I got to close out the evening with a concert for a couple hundred very welcoming folks. It was probably the highlight of the weekend for me.

I love getting to share music and spoken word with people, and though some of the stuff I introduced may have been a new experience for many in attendance, they all seemed to have a good time.

Check out the podcast by searching my name on iTunes, playing it on the streaming audio player on my website (www.chrstianpiatt.com), or hit the link below to go directly to the podcast site.

http://www.christianpiatt.podbean.com

All episodes of the podcast, including the concert, are free. Let me know what you think.

Peace,
Christian

I’ve recently released two CDs on CD Baby, iTunes, etc. One is my acoustic singer/songwriter stuff, and the other is a spoken word and jazz improv project, called S’aint Trio. Though you can pull samples from CD Baby, iTunes and Amazon MP3, they’re only 30 seconds long, so I thought I’d post a full track, since some folks may not be used to this kind of stuff.

The piece I selected is called “Hair,” which is a tribute to my ongoing, complex relationship by body hair. It’s definitely my more humorous stuff, so don’t expect the same goofiness on the whole album, but this seems to be the most popular piece when I perform it.

Click here to check it out.

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