Coffee on the Porch with Eric
Every Tuesday during the pandemic, Eric livestreams music, and offers "hot takes" on issues of justice, spirituality, and life. All from "the porch."
Browse through the archives below, and a list of the featured songs and topics.
Join us Every Tuesday at 9:30 am (Central) on FBLive.
We talk about "Love" and how our pandemic Christmas will be different. Eric unpacks the classic song "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," as the perfect song of this season.
"Love is There," by Grace Pettis.
"O Little Town of Bethlehem," by Phillips Brooks & Lewis Redner.
"Silent Night," by Joseph Mohr & Franz Gruber.
"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," by Hugh Martin & Ralph Blaine.
Our theme is "Joy" and we unpack and discuss the power of Incarnational Theology.
"Some Children," by Wihla Hutson & Alfred Burt.
"Rebel Jesus," by Jackson Browne.
"In the Bleak Midwinter," Gustav Holt and Christina Rossetti.
As we continue through the Advent season, we talk about PEACE, and the differences between God's peace and the world's peace.
"Star Child," by Shirley Erena Murray.
"Midnight Clear Mashup" (video) by Eric Folkerth
"White Christmas," by Irving Berlin.
We begin the Advent season talking about HOPE, and hearing songs of the Christmas season.
"Come Home," by Bill Nash.
"Christmas Time Is Here" by Vince Guaraldi and Lee Mendelson.
"Not So Silent Night Hometown," by Eric Folkerth
"Thanksgiving." We explore how to be grateful, even in the midst of a challenging year.
As we move through Thanksgiving Week in the midst of this challenging year...I am deeply thankful to all those who tune into "Coffee On the Porch" each week.
"Thank You For Being A Friend," by Andrew Gold.
(Starring: "The Looper...")
"Thanks," by me.