September 2018 Bits and Bobs

Quick round-up of things we’ve been checking out recently.


– This album builds off of work from Paul Zach and the Porters Gate Project! Thanks Paul for the charts!

Resound WorshipLove Songs – An EP of 5 songs designed to be congregationally singable, biblically inspired and spiritually uplifting. And they’re all ready to use this Sunday.

Mac MeadorSummer of Psalms – a humble collection of psalm settings from an austin, tx musician and worship leader.

*(coming soon) Greg LaFollette – Songs of Common Prayer (intro to the album from the rabbit room)


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Aaron Niequest
The Eternal Current : how a practice-based faith can save us from drowning. More info

Laura Kelly FanucciTo Bless Our Callings: Prayers, Poems, and Hymns to Celebrate Vocation. A large collection of texts relating to themes of work and vocation.  Laura presented with Isaac Wardell and I at a recent Calvin Worship symposium. 


Liturgy Fellowship Monthly Worship Service Project we are starting a new project funded by Patreon where each month we will commission a liturgical/worship artist to write/curate a worship service for us.  We already have the next year sketched out! So exciting

New Cardiphonia website – we worked on a new site this summer that is a better portal to all of the projects we have going on!

We’ve kicked off the school year at Hope College and my three worship teams of students are once again totally rocking it.  So deeply humbled to work with these students that selflessly give themselves to the Kingdom work at Hope – leveraging their considerable talent, time, and energies to lead 50+ services a semester.  Here are some of our fave new songs:

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