“Abide in My Love” – Ken Medema

Jesus said to his friends, make your home in my love. What does it mean to be at home in this love? Stories: A place that they felt at home. Ken Medema opens the Fall 2013 Spiritual Life Week chapel with the theme “Abide in My Love.”

Though blind from birth, Ken sees and hears with heart and mind, custom-designing every musical moment of his performance with brilliant improvisation that defies description. Ken’s artistry and imagination have reached audiences of 50 to 50,000 people in 49 states and in more than 15 countries on four continents.

Ken’s lyrics generally provide social commentary on themes such as justice, hunger, poverty, homelessness, and Christian charity as it pertains to them. Performances regularly include songs improvised both musically and lyrically by accepting audience recommendations, sermon topics, or guest speaker stories as their basis. He performs in national and worldwide congregations, campuses, youth gatherings, and annual assemblies.

1 comment on ““Abide in My Love” – Ken Medema”

  1. Lucille Schiefer says:

    I responded to home as the farm at the Wed chapel Oct 2. I was sorry that I didn’t include the smell of new-mown hay. I was so pleased when I listened to the podcast that you had included the fragrance of the field.

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