Guest Info/Bio:

This  week we’re very excited because our guest is Dan Haseltine! Dan is best known as the lead singer of the multi platinum, Grammy Award-winning band Jars of Clay. We talk about everything from how Jars of Clay got started to his work helping to bring clean water to places in need.


Beyond his work as a musician, Dan is also co-founder of the non-profit organization, Blood:Water Mission. Blood:Water Mission works as an equipping agency that partners with African grassroots organizations to address the water and HIV/AIDS crises. Dan is a regular writer and speaker about worship music, HIV/AIDS in Africa, social justice, and church reform. He is also a regular columnist for Relevant Magazine, and has contributed articles to Moody, CCM Magazine, Christianity Today, World Vision, Campus Life, and Beliefnet.


Guest Social Media:

Facebook: @jarsofclay

Twitter: @jarsofclay & @scribblepotemus


Special Music By:

Jars of Clay

Enjoy the music? Songs heard on this episode were: “Silence” from the album, The Eleventh Hour

“All My Tears” from the album, Good Monsters

“Weapons” & “Hero” from the album, The Long Fall Back to Earth

“Left Undone” & “Love in Hard Times” from the album, Inland

You an find Jars of Clay’s music on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, YouTube, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Google Play, or anywhere good music is found.


This episode of the Deconstructionist’s Podcast was edited by John Williamson. It was mixed and produced by THE Nicholas Rowe at National Audio Preservation Society: A full service recording studio and creative habitat, located in Heath, Ohio. Find them on Facebook and Twitter or visit their website for more information.

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