Notes and News Summer 2013

We've been enjoying a sabbatical at Cardiphonia but here are a few bits and bobs to check out. Listening: Bifrost Arts has released their newest collection of hymns and originals "He Will Not Cry Out."  Very, very excited to contribute an original track that bifrost arranged for this record. Please check it out.  More info... Continue Reading →

Interview and new songs from Bifrost Arts

The Hopeful Realism blog has a two part extensive interview with Isaac Wardell from Bifrost Arts on their upcoming conference.  You can also hear two new songs that will be on their album being released this spring. Part One - introduces Bifrost Arts Part Two - previews the April 22-24, 2013 conference taking place in Philadelphia... Continue Reading →

Bifrost Arts Conference 2013 – The Cry of the Poor

More info coming soon but you can now register for the Bifrost Arts conference coming up April 22-24 in Philadelphia.  Follow the facebook page for event updates. As a prelude watch this video reflecting on last years conference. Download their new curriculum "Liturgy, Music, and Space."  

Our List of All-Star Advent Songs

Dec 2nd is the first Sunday of Advent this year and like most of you I've been busy writing, planning, creating, and praying! For many worship leaders Advent doesn't register much of a blip on the service planning radar...worship moves straight from Thanksgiving to Christmas but for those of you who are blessed to be... Continue Reading →

Calvin Worship Symposium 2012

There is still time to register (till Jan 19th) for this fantastic worship conference coming up the end of January (26th-28th) in the balmy winter haven of Grand Rapids, MI.  The theme this year focuses on the psalms and corresponds with the publication of a huge new psalter The Psalms for all Seasons. The Calvin... Continue Reading →

O Come Emmanuel Advent Devotional

The familiar advent carol "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" has been sung during advent for over a thousand years (and is still an incredible favorite!).  Initially it was sung one verse at a time during evening worship the week before Christmas as the O Antiphons.  Riffing off of this practice we have written up a... Continue Reading →

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