1955-1985 . 1986-1989 . 1990 . 1991-1994 . 1995-1996 . 1997 . 1997-present . Credits


January 1991
  • Campus Life Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Remember to Forget Yourself"

  • Campus Life Magazine also includes a review of "Never Picture Perfect".
    Album Reviews

    March 15, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Upland, IN at Taylor University's Rediger Auditorium.

    April 1991
  • Rich is nominated for 3 Dove Awards - Song of the Year for "Awesome God", Rock Recorded Song of the Year (Higher Education and the Book of Love") & Inspirational Song of the Year ("Bound to Come Some Trouble").

    May 3, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Greenville, IL for the Agape Music Festival.
    Concert Review

    May 24, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Bend, OR. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    May 25, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Salem, OR. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    May 26, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Portland, OR. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    May 30, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Vancouver, BC. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    May 31, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Vancouver, BC. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 1, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Seattle, WA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 2, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Seattle, WA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 3, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Spokane, WA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 4, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Kalispell, MT. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 5, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Coure D'Alene, ID. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 6, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Lewiston, ID. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 7, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Boise, ID. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 8, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Twin Falls, ID. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 9, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Idaho Falls, ID. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 10, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Salt Lake City, UT. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 11, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Salt Lake City, UT. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 12, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Grand Junction, CO. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 13, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Vail, CO. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 15, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Colorado Springs, CO. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 16, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Colorado Springs, CO. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 17, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Topeka, KS. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 18, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Topeka, KS. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 19, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Omaha, NE. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 20, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Des Moines, IA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 21, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Minneapolis, MN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 22, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Duluth, MN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 24, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Green Bay, WI. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 26, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Madison, WI. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 27, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Milwaukee, WI. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 28, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Rockford, IL. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 29, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Fort Wayne, IN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    June 30, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Fort Wayne, IN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    Mid 1991


  • Rich Mullins fifth album, "The World As Best As I Remember It, Vol. 1" is released on Reunion Records.
    Album Reviews

    July 1991
  • CCM Magazine reviews Rich's "The World As Best As I Remember It, Volume One"
    Album Reviews

    July 2, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Bowling Green, KY. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 3, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Lexington, KY. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 4 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Dayton, OH. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 5, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Indianapolis, IN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 6, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Indianapolis, IN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 7, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Richmond, IN. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 9, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Charleston, WV. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 10, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Roanoke, VA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 11, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Richmond, VA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 12, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Washington DC. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 13 New York, NY, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Bowling Green, KY. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 14, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Baltimore, MD. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 16, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Salem, NJ. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 17, 1991
  • Rich Mullins and Beaker perform in Houston, TX. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 18, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Boston, MA. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 19, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Manchester, NH. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".



    (Beaker and Rich Mullins)
    July 20, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Burlington, VT. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 23, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Bowling Troy, NY. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 24, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Utica, NY. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 25, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Buffalo, NY. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 26, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Cleveland, OH. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 27, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Detroit, MI. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 28, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Grand Rapids, MI. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    July 29, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Sault St. Marie, MI. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    August 1991
  • CCM Magazine reviews Rich's performance at the Agape Music Festival from May 3, 1991.
    Concert Review

    August 1, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Tulsa, OK. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    August 2, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Dallas, TX. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    August 3, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Austin, TX. as part of the "World As Best As I Remember It" Summer Tour".

    September 28, 1991
  • Rich Mullins and Beaker perform in Sedalia, MO
    View Set List

    Fall 1991
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "23rd At 32"

    Fall/Winter 1991
  • CCM Magazine Reviews Rich's "The World As Best As I Remember It, Volume One."
    Album Reviews

    October 8, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Tulsa, OK.

    October 9, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Emporia, KS.

    October 10, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Manhattan, KS.

    October 11, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Kansas City, MO.

    October 12, 1991
  • Rich Mullins and Band perform in St. Charles, MO. at First Baptist Church of Harvester.

    October 16, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Joplin, MO.

    October 17, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Cape Girardeau, MO.

    October 19, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Memphis, TN.

    October 20, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Nashville, TN.

    October 23, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Grayson, KY.

    October 24, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Centerville, OH.

    October 25, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Johnson City, TN.

    October 26, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Knoxville, TN.

    October 27, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Greenville, SC.

    October 29, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Winston Salem, NC.

    October 30, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Lynchburg, VA.

    November 1, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Lexington, KY.

    November 2, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Marlon, IN.

    November 3, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Richmond, IN.

    November 5, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Evansville, IN.

    November 6, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs the McKinley Foundation (Church) in Urbana, IL.

    November 7, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Bloomington, IN.

    November 8, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Detroit, MI.

    November 9, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Detroit, MI.

    November 11, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Kankakee, IL.



    (Beaker and Rich Mullins)
    November 14, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Birmingham, AL.

    November 15, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Atlanta, GA.

    November 16, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Columbia, SC.

    November 17, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Raleigh, NC.

    November 21, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Columbus, OH.

    November 22, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Indianapolis, IN.

    November 23, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Indianapolis, IN.

    November 24, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Dayton, OH.

    November 25, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Pittsburgh, PA.

    November 26, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Lewisberg, PA.

    November 29, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Philadelphia, PA.

    November 30, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in New York, NY.

    December 2, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Salem, NJ.

    December 3, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Bloomfield, CT.

    December 4, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Boston, MA.



    (Beaker and Rich Mullins)
    December 7, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Burlington, VT.

    December 10, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Buffalo, NY.

    December 11, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Warren, PA.

    December 12, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in Toledo, OH.

    December 13, 1991
  • Rich Mullins performs in South Bend, IN.

    1992
  • Rich covers Keith Green's "You Are The One" for "No Compromise: Remembering The Music Of Keith Green", released on Sparrow Records.

    January 7, 1992
  • Rich Mullins performs in Ocala, FL.

    Spring 1992
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "The Pursuit of Happiness"

    April 1992
  • While in Nashville for GMA week, Rich gives an interview to Sandi Brown of WCBW 104.9 in St. Louis, Mo.
    Read Transcript

    April 17, 1992


    (Photo taken at Six Flags in St. Louis, courtesy of Eric & Jason Townsend)
  • Rich Mullins and Band perform in St. Louis, MO at Six Flags.
    Before the show, Rich went into the audience and passed out chocolates.

    Mid 1992


  • Rich Mullins sixth album, "The World As Best As I Remember It, Vol. 2", is released on Reunion Records.
    Album Reviews

  • A small promotional booklet is given away at Christian Book Stores that included the lyrics to "The World As Best As I Remember It" Volumes 1 and 2, and a few "Rich Rememberances".
    "The World As Best As I Remember It: Thoughts and Reflections by Rich Mullins"

    May 1992
  • CCM Magazine reviews Rich's "The World As Best As I Remember It, Volume Two"
    Album Reviews

    June 1992


  • Rich Mullins appears on the cover of CCM Magazine.
    "Step By Step: A Conversation with Rich Mullins"

    Summer 1992
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Washing At Dusk"

  • Calendar Magazine includes a short article on Rich.
    "Humble Poet, Reluctant Artist"

    Fall 1992
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Making/Being Made"

    Late 1992


    (Reunion Records CEO Terry Hemmings, Rich Mullins and manager Gay Quisenberry)
  • Reunion Records throws Rich a private party, for his seventh number one single, "Step by Step" and his first number one selling album. Producer Reed Arvin said "when an artist brings a producer lyrics like that, it is such a privilege and a gift to work with him." Rich was then given a brand new hammered dulcimer.
    Rich: "My first hammered dulcimer was a gift from a church, I appreciate receiving this one because I hate spending money on musical instruments, but I love having them!".

    Early 1993
  • A Reunion Records representative talks with Sandi Brown of WCBW 104.9 in St. Louis, Mo. about Rich's future plans.
    Read Transcript

    Winter 1993
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Boats and Burning Bushes"

    Spring 1993
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "The Way We Were"

    April 1993
  • Rich's "Sometimes By Step" is nominated for two Dove Awards (Song of the Year & Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year)

  • While in Nashville for GMA week, Rich gives an interview to Sandi Brown of WCBW 104.9 in St. Louis, Mo.
    Read Transcript

    May 7 & 8, 1993
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band performs at Agape '93.

    May 1993
  • Margaret Becker debuts her new album at the Sam Houston Coliseum in Texas, with special guest, Rich Mullins.

    June 21, 1993
  • Rich Mullins performs in Grayson, Kentucky.

    Summer 1993
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "The Flight of the Philistine"

    June 26, 1993
    World Premier of "A Liturgy, A Legacy, and A Ragamuffin Band", West Bank Stage, Wichita KS.

    July 1-4, 1993
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band performs two shows in Bushnell, Illinois at the Cornerstone Music Festival. One show on the main stage, and one show in the Gallery Tent.
    View Set List

    October 1993


  • Rich Mullins seventh album, "A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band" is released on Reunion Records.
    The album includes Rich's cover of Mark Heard's "How To Grow Up Big and Strong" - which would also later appear on the Mark Heard tribute album "Strong Hand of Love".
    Album Reviews

    Fall 1993


  • Rich Appears on the cover of Release Magazine. The issue also includes articles by Rich Mullins and Beaker.
    "Attics and Temples"
    "Rags To Riches" by Beaker

    November 1993
  • CCM Magazine reviews Rich's "A Liturgy, A Legacy and a Ragamuffin Band".
    Album Reviews

    December 1993
  • CCM Magazine includes an article about Rich Mullins.
    "A Ragamuffin's OZ"

  • Reunion Records and Compassion International hold the "Leave a Legacy" contest to win a trip with Rich Mullins to visit the work of Compassion in a developing country like Central or South America or the Caribbean. Ten semi-finalists win a complete Rich Mullins library.
    Entrants were to write the answer to the question, "How can I leave a legacy to the poor?"
    (See February 19, 1994 for winners name)
    (Source: CCM Magazine December 1993)

    1994
  • Rich plays hammer dulcimer on a song on Hokus Pick's "Brothers From Different Mothers" album called "I Believe" - which he also cowrote.



  • Rich appears in a special edition of Release Extra.

    January 9, 1994
  • Rich: "It's 9:35 PM. We're in Bogota, Colombia - a much nicer place than I expected it to be. It's been raining since we got here..."

    January 10, 1994
  • Rich: "...We visited a Compassion project today - a very nearly desolate facility full of very happy kids who are faced with some terribly dire situations. It makes you wonder why we distrust Jesus' words in Luke: 'Blessed are the poor...' of course, the longer I go, the more I wonder why I doubt any of His words - or His mercy or His goodwill, His love for me, His faithfulness. No one should talk too much about anything until they're 80 or so, and I'm afraid that I am more apt to talk and less able to learn than most.
    I am tired again tonight - a good kind of tired. Some aches are well earned. I wish I could see the sky tonight. Today with those kids, with Juan and Alexander and Wendy and multitudes whose names I of course can't remember, I saw a part of the sky. Even in spite of the skepticism that persists behind my eyes, their eyes were so infused with faith and with love and hope that I could see (if only passively, second-hand-edly) beyond this wee little world into that vast invisible one where rulers and principalities exist. It was something to see. It was something!"

    January 11, 1994
  • Rich: "Colombia juts up from the ocean like the head of a very proud horse, and is covered with green. The rains fell again today and covered everything with a shine. Bogota was like a polished jewel under the sky where night was already settling in. It's cool here - a very fine climate. I don't know how it is when I'm not here, but it's been beautiful for these three days.
    Today I saw the district where the street kids hang out. It's unbelievable what their lives must be like. There is no desperation in their eyes - only a hideous, sick vacancy that makes them look like withered ghosts or the shadows cast when a ghost passes under the moon. There's no life left in these kids. They would envy ghosts if they had energy enough to envy. But they look like machinery more than like me - like things driven. It was awful to see.
    Of course, I'm sure that the same gloom haunts the eyes of millions of businessmen, young, well-dressed entrepreneurs, BMOC's (Big Man On Campus). Why are they so less threatening than these? They may not mug a passerby, but they would sell the soul of everyone living to buy a bar of French-milled soap. Then they would scrub their faces to look good at the funeral. This world is full of the damned. Lord have mercy, Lord have mercy.
    Beaker took on the sponsorship of three more children at the project today. He is the original bleeding heart and I thank the Lord for that. It's so easy to get hard. Though it is the meek who will inherit the earth, though it is the pure who will see God - it takes some great strength to be anything like pure or meek. And the witness cloud must applaud his steps - every one of them.
    Tonight we all went for a walk in that rain that shined up the streets of a 'safer' part of Bogota. We looked at books and leather goods and pottery and ended up at Shakespeare's - this great coffee-house/bookstore. We drank some cappuccino and then the power went out and we laughed like emotionally overcharged people will when they are tired - and eucalyptus trees stand a mile over their heads and hold themselves with a cerain peand-and-quiet-beauty."

    January 12, 1994
  • Rich: "Today we are in Calli, Colombia. Today began obout 19 hours ago in Bogota. The van to the airport was about 20 minutes late. At 5:45 am, who cares? The flight from Bogota to Calli was beautiful. The mountains down here must be built on springs - they seem to shoot straight up - or maybe they've been cut real deep.
    Calli is not a particularly beautiful city. A little boy sang for me at the first of two projects we visited. The project was a not-so-good part of town. The second project was in a really bad erea. They look too small and too old for their ages - these children. Too mich poverty, not enough bread."

    January 13, 1994
  • Rich: "The drive to Buena Ventura was spectacular. These mountains rise so steeply and the grasses and trees and flowers are so rich and colorful. Nothing makes me feel as inadequate as trying to put language on what I saw today.
    The little huts on the roadside had split bamboo siding. There were goats grazing along the road and goatherders on bicycles. Men driving wedges through slate and carving bowls and spoons and forks our of comisa wood with machetes - sitting on one-legged stools under bamboo huts, over piles of wood shavings. There were beautiful vacation homes, chalets, Thai-style cottages, Tudor mansions. There were little suspension bridges over a fast running river. There were half-shadowed people sitting in the doorways of shacks, watching the roadm watching the trucks and buses blow by. There is no way that I can guess what they were thinking.
    But in Buena Ventura, the people were gracious and even graceful. They had features that were all their own. Of course, people down here are generally smaller than people back home and less 'soft'. They do not have 'bigger' builds - they look sinewy and their faces seem gaunt - not spooky gaunt - gaunt like Lincoln looks gaunt. They stood in the nearly suffocating heat with absolute composure and peace. While we sweated and were instantly weary, they seemed, not oblivious to it, but accepting of those conditions and possessive of a resolute dignity. There is a beauty in them that struck me in a place I did not expect to be struck - in a place I did not know I had."

    January 14, 1994
  • Rich: "Tomorrow morning at 6:30 we will leave this hotel for the last time, by 9:30 we will be leaving Colombia. This evening we all went back to Shakespeare's - the coffee shop, and did the male-bonding thing. Bogota is very lively - there is a lot of pedestrian and automobile traffic. It's not rowdy, exactly. It sounds like people cut free of their weeklong ball and chain and keep each other company. I like the sounds of this Friday night. It sounds like it should. I'm no idiot - I know that beyond this noise there is darkness - that beneath this laughter there is something empty. But I know that beyond this darkness and beneath that void there is a sun that's gonna rise, there is a day that's gonna dawn and that some will escape into it's light. So the sounds seem ironically appropriate.
    Tonight, while we ate dinner with everyone, we laughed because the din is dissolving. We laughed becauseour somber faces would not hasten the time - they could not hold it off, so they broke into the kind of reckless hilarity that is fitting for those who belong to a day not yet born, to a home not yet visited, to a world being prepared. 'The wind blows where it will...' We have only to thank the Lord for causing it to blow our way. Oh Lord, 'Thine is the glory...'"

    Winter 1994
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Three Things, Four"

    February 1994
  • Campus Life Magazine publishes an article about Rich Mullins.
    "Excuse Me, But Aren't You Rich Mullins?"

    February 19, 1994
  • Rich hosts "CCM TV" (with appearances by Bear the dog, and Steve Taylor). Rich also announces the winner of the Reunion/Compassion Legacy contest and phones him to give him the good news.
    Over 1000 entires were received, ranging from 8 to 76 in age, from as far away as South Africa, Canada, and Australia.
    The winner was Miguel Garcia Massiate, 76, from San Antonio. Miguel will travel with Rich to Bogata, Colombia in August.
    Miguel's winning answer to "How can I leave a legacy to the poor?" was "Without looking at those who receive, to give great or small, with our loving embrace, one that shakes the joyous heart, it is hard our scrifice so small, compared to the greatful eyes and smiles, those smiles leave me a legacy of love, a memory grander than words."

    March 1994
  • Fingerprint and Myrrh Records release a tribute to Mark Heard, entitled "Strong Hand of Love". The album includes Rich's cover of Mark Heard's "How To Grow Up Big and Strong" - which also appeared on the "Litergy, Legacy and a Ragamuffin Band" album.

    April 1994
  • Rich's "Hold Me Jesus" is nominated for two Dove Awards. (Song of the Year & Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year).

    May 1994


    (Rich Mullins, Director Steve Taylor and Ben Pearson)
  • Rich releases a video collection entitled "Pursuit of the Legacy", which included promo videos for "The Color Green", "Creed", "Here in America", "Hold Me Jesus". The Promo Videos and Interview segments were directed by Steve Taylor.
    Video Reviews

    Terry Hemmings (Reunion): "In 1993 Rich and I were in Ireland working on a video. We had a very, very long day shooting and went to a pub for a late dinner that night. At the pub there was a local Irish family band playing old, old, Irish instruments, with names you can't pronounce, so Rich and Beaker decided that they wanted to join in. They went out to the car, got their instruments, came back in, and started playing - just figuring it out as they went. It was the most incredible two hours of music I've ever experienced, just because of what it was - it was raw, it was spontaneous. We were kind of on a high, and by the time we got back to the hotel it was two in the morning. It was really late, but Rich knocked on my door - he was still going. That night had been one of the most incredible experiences for him, just to play with those people.
    As we were talking the phone rang and it was my wife. She told me that my grandmother had died and that I needed to come home. I hung up the phone and Rich could tell that something was wrong. And I looked at him and said, 'My grandmother just died.' And he said, 'Good for her' and he got up and left.
    We were really fortunate to have Rich. He had a different perspective on everything - life, pain, sorrow, joy, trauma, sin.... You name the topic and he had a perspective that we'd never heard before. And that we'll never hear again."

    May 24, 1994
  • Rich gives a phone interview with Sandi Brown of WCBW 104.9 in St. Louis, MO.
    Read Transcript

    May 28, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and Beaker perform in St. Louis, MO. at Westport Playhouse. Songs performed included "Brothers Keeper" and others.

    May/June 1994
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Playing Second Fiddle"

    Summer 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform at Joy Jam '94.
    View Set List

    June 29-July 3, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin band rehearse more than 25 songs in a church in Illinois for their upcoming tour.

    July 4, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Bushnell, IL. at the Cornerstone Music festival.

    July 5, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Rockford, IL.

    July 6, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Milwaukee, WI.

    July 7, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Wilmar, MN at the Sonshine Festival.

    July 8, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Cincinnati, OH.

    July 9, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Columbus, OH.

    July 10, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Erie, PA.

    July 12, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Lexington, KY.

    July 13, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Knoxvill, TN.



    (Rich in concert, photo by Dennis Wilkes)
    July 14, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Chattanooga, TN.
    Concert Review

    July 15, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Birmingham, AL.

    July 16, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Atlanta, GA.

    July 17, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Augusta, GA.

    July 19, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Montgomery, AL.

    July 20, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Jackson, MI.

    July 21, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in New Orleans, LA.

    July 22, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Baton Rouge, LA.

    July 23, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Houston, TX.

    July 24, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Corpus Christi, TX.

    July 26, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in San Antonio, TX.

    July 27, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Austin, TX.

    July 28, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in in Lufkin, Texas.

    July 29, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in in Dallas, Texas.

    July 30, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in in Dallas, Texas.

    July/August 1994
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Virtue Reality"

    August 1, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Tulsa, OK.

    August 3, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Joplin, MO.

    August 4, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Columbia, MO.

    August 5, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Kansas City, MO.

    August 6, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Wichita, KS.

    August 7, 1994
  • Rich Mullins and the Ragamuffin Band perform in Meade, KS.

    Mid-Late August 1994


    (Contets Winner Miguel Garcia Massiate and Rich Mullins)
  • Rich Mullins and "Leave a Legacy" contest winner, Miguel Garcia Massiate travel to Bogata, Colombia with Compassion International. On the trip, Rich visited the Ciuda Sucre Center where he presented them with over $40,000 that was raised on last summer's Ragamuffin tour.
    Rich: "Even though you look at your life and see reasons to believe that God has brought you to where you are, you still have this gnawing fear that it all means nothing... Last summer my audience said something that I needed to hear - that people can still respond to needs, that life and a certain quality of life is a joy to contribute to, to participate in... The compassion shown in this generosity is great joy to all of us."

    September/October 1994
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "His Master's Voice"

    October 1994
  • CCM Magazine reviews Rich's July 14th Chattanooga, TN performance.
    Concert Review

    November/December 1994
  • Release Magazine publishes an article by Rich Mullins.
    "Invisible Things"

    Late 1994
  • Reed Arvin's first novel, "The Wind and the Wheat" is published.