Born in rural Indiana, Rich Mullins made his recording debut with his 1986 self-titled Reunion album, followed by Pictures In The Sky (1987), Winds Of Heaven…Stuff Of Earth (1988), Never Picture Perfect (1989), The World As I Best Remember It, Vol. 1(1991), the #1 The World As I Best Remember It, Vol. 2 (1992), A Liturgy, A Legacy, And A Ragamuffin Band (1993) and Brother's Keeper (1995) which was influenced by his life-changing move to the southwest near the Navajo Indian Reservation.

In 1997 following his untimely death Songs (1997) and Songs 2 (1999), greatest hits collections of Rich’s works were released.

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Book Excerpt : Rich Mullins: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven
Read Chapter One - First Family: Understanding His Roots from this book written by James Bryan Smith.
Calling Out Your Name
Extensive fan site includes lyrics, sound clips, guitar chords, MIDI files, articles, interviews, concert transcripts, mailing list archive.
Godnet: Rich Mullins Memorial Page
Memorial to Rich Mullins.
The Legacy a Kid Brother of St. Frank
Foundation exists to provide opportunities to develop skills in music, fine arts, literature, and other artistic pursuits; includes profile, grant information, and itinerary.
Phantom Tollbooth: Homeless Man
Shari Lloyd 's review of the Homeless Man video by Rich Mullins.
Rich Mullins Mailing List Archive
A complement to the mailing list, so that subscribers may view past messages and posts.
A Rich Mullins Memorial
A friend's recollection of experiences with Rich at the beginning of his career.
Rich Mullins: Never Picture Perfect
A tribute to the life and music of Rich Mullins, includes biographical information, rare photos, interviews and articles.
Richard Wayne Mullins: 1955 - 1997
Fan's tribute to Rich Mullins.
Phantom Tollbooth: Rich Mullins
Concert quotes from an appearance at New Creation Christian Fellowship. (December 06, 1996)
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