Bill Stutzman – Our Host at Frisco 2021
From teacher, to administrator, to parent, and back again, Bill can relate. This last year, he headed to Classical Christian Academy in Idaho to join them as their headmaster, but not before making a stop in Nashville last June to host the live telecast of Repairing the Ruins 2020. Before then, Bill served as administrator, teacher, and resident musician at multiple classical Christian schools. When not with his staff, his students, or his own three children, Bill can be found with his guitar in hand and a few notes (musical) scribbled on the nearest napkin.
What do I do? I’m a husband and father, a writer and a reader, a singer and a story-teller. I try to write songs that revel in the natural wonder of God’s creation, lift up the weary hands and strengthen the feeble knees, and give expression to the experiences of life in a grand cosmic story–with real joy, real pain, real questions, and real answers. I make music slowly. I believe in the integrity of music that’s really played, really sung, really all I think it’s supposed to be. It means living, writing, and singing in and with a community together.