Song From the North Country: Campfire Song
“Come a little closer to the warmth and the light. Step into the circle, push back the night.”
~ Songwriter Mothy Groves
Norma W. Andrew (Groves): A Life Well-Lived
“Norma’s sense of humor was ever-present; her laughter infectious; her loving support of family constant.”
Song From the North Country: Mason Lowe
“Anyone willing to ride is willing to take the fall, but when Mason fell on Hard Times, hard times fell upon us all.” ~ Songwriter Shane Nelson
Song From the North Country: It’s Gonna Be Love
“Rise up from the ashes… Rise up out of the night… It’s gonna be LOVE… It’s gonna be alright.” — Songwriter Kim Curtis-Monson
Song From the North Country: Freedom Song
“When we were young the tracks went down past the wrong side of our hometown. And so we learned to draw the lines where justice, love and freedom died…”
Finding a Feast for the Body and Soul
Take THAT, pandemic.
Song from the North Country: Flood Waters
There’s a song you used to sing,
sweet redeemer rescuing.
Lift your head and sing it now,
the sun is breaking through the clouds.
Just Like in Your Town
“Do we buy our material lives at the cost of what was free?”
Come a little closer to the warmth and the light…
But now, though my tent is small and its fabric strains to tear… there is refuge here