25 March 2017

Jam along to WAYFARING STRANGER

We hope you’re enjoying Outcasts & Refugees. Here’s the first of the chord charts we’re putting out for those who want to play along. Enjoy! Wayfaring Stranger Chord Chart ♦♦♦♦♦ Embracing life’s wilderness through music & community To support future Chasing Ebenezer endeavors, visit our Donations Page!  Copyright © 2017 Benjamin & Heidi Beth Sadler,... Read More
19 March 2017

A great week…

Wow! To say we are honored would not be exaggerating. We were amazed by the turnout at the White Eagle, as well as how many of you messaged us with great feedback about the album. Thanks to all our guests, to our amazing band, and to McMenamins for hosting the Outcasts & Refugees release show. (We’re back at the... Read More
12 February 2017

Outcasts & Refugees is Coming!

It’s finally happening. We’ve spent more than two years working on Outcasts and Refugees, and on March 13th, we get to share it with you. The music from our album explores the figurative way we all experience isolation, rejection, and displacement. These songs compel us (and hopefully our listeners) to display active compassion for literal outcasts... Read More
05 February 2017

Maid of Orleans (Sunday Psalms Series)

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works Maid of Orléans Name I’ve only heard One I’ve never met We’re all misunderstood in life Oft well-respected in our death   People say the harshest things Just behind our back All of us–Murderers in disguise Guess it’s easier to kill someone when... Read More
29 January 2017

Village Poem (Sunday Psalms Series)

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works Barely morning. Bits of dawn illuminate earth. Darkness morphs into light. In the village of Buckley, Mayor Freitag is first to rise. Curtains open, scene astounds, Silence breaks. He can’t help but shout: “Wife! Children! Get up, I say! What’s happened to... Read More
22 January 2017

Keep watching…

It’s coming soon… Yes, we’ve made it this far and are excited to be in the mixing stage for our upcoming album Outcasts & Refugees. Keep an eye out for a release date. Thanks to everyone who came out to our Christmas shows and supported us in 2016. We love sharing art and are eager for this... Read More
08 January 2017

Molly Revolver (Sunday Psalms)

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works The suitcase on Molly’s bed bulged with more items than could mathematically fit within the confines of a closed lid. Molly had never been good at math. Science either. For that matter, she had little knack for formal learning of any kind.... Read More
01 January 2017

Winter Thieving (Sunday Psalms)

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works During most of December, snow covered the suburban neighborhood of Sherwood Hills. The usual holiday chaos was kept to a minimum as folks chose to stay indoors, shuffling about in Santa pajamas and sipping mugs of hot cocoa. For days, the hill on... Read More
25 December 2016

Subject: Things at Home (Sunday Psalms)

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works Subject: Things at home Greg Masters sheriff.greg.masters@unioncountyor.org To: bethm.pdxdoctor@gmail.com August 27, 2016 at 7:49 AM Dear Beth, Sorry it’s been so long. Crappy brother, I know. I’ll try to call more. I know you hate emails, and it’d be faster to tell you... Read More
11 December 2016

Sunday Psalms: Mood Lighting

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works The house is dark. The only sign of life is the Christmas tree lights. David and the kids have gone to bed, but I can’t manage to move myself from the living room. My back leans against the sofa cushion, and I let... Read More
04 December 2016

Sunday Psalms: The Color Red

Merry Christmas to all our readers! Here’s a seasonal story from last year that we’d like to share again. We hope you enjoy The Color Red. Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical Works In his forty-three years,Thomas had become familiar with the color red. He first recalled seeing red at the... Read More
27 November 2016

Sunday Psalms: Black Table Waiting

Sunday Psalms: Fictional Narratives Inspired by the Psalms, Proverbs, & Other Biblical  Works Rain greeted Kate’s tear-sore eyes. It had started pouring last night, the first drops pelting her windshield as she drove home from her parents’. There was no sign of it letting up. “Where’s Brad?” Last night at Thanksgiving dinner, Brad’s absence was... Read More
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