The Phantom Tollbooth

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Since 1996

Soulfest 2012 logo. Without a doubt, with the demise of the Cornerstone & Purple Door Festivals, Grandfather Rock declares this summer Soulfest is the place to be this summer.

Steven Delopouos of Burlap To Cashmere as interviewed for The Phantom TollboothDelopoulos is a poet and artist who paints a musical portrait of our world based on these images and experiences.


Steven Delopoulos Interview as seen on The Phantom Tollbooth

I took a moment to digest the last hour – the band entering the building to salutations and hugs all around, Steven’s easy going demeanor and his ever-present smile and the always curious eyes of a man following his life’s path. An hour so well spent.

The Vespers interviewed on Phantom Tollbooth. As a group – truth, joy, love and a great deal of excitement.
Photo by Nick Jensen, NJ Freelance      

Tom Wright 1, Wright talks about Rob Bell, heaven & hell, and the tensions between academic and pastoral life.

Is Bono the Messiah, or a very naughty boy?

Under the Radar Phantom Tollbooth The show that features gourmet music from a wide range of artists is continuing on!

The 2016 GLS teaching would leave a discerning saint hungry and thirsty for more healthy, spiritually uncorrupted fare, our physical pangs were well sated.

The Beatitudes, Jesus’ eight blessings from the Sermon on the Mount, are so counter-intuitive that you could consider them to be pretentious and fanciful. “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” But wouldn’t they be happier if they didn’t mourn in the first place?

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