November 16, 2015


Two months ago, when I arrived at Duke for the first time as a student for First-Year Orientation, the concept of a “Christian a cappella group” on a college campus was unfamiliar to me. I lacked imagination — in my mind, generic college a cappella groups were composed of friends who sang songs sometimes. Sure, each group might perform different music and have different people, but their purpose — to sing— was the same. But Something Borrowed Something Blue called itself a “Christian a cappella” group, and its purpose was not just music but also ministry, a dimension that I did not expect to see.


It wasn’t that I had never heard singing in a Christian context before — the opposite, really. While growing up in Dallas, I learned to sing at church, where every Sunday morning would begin with...

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Where we share reflections on our relationship with music, the community around us, and God. We hope our words can shed light on what being a Christian a cappella group means to us. Collegiate musical ministry is definitely a learning process, so no matter your musical or faith background, we welcome your comments on our experience. Thank you!


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