Bits and Bobs – April 2015

Cardiphonia featured in April '15 Christianity Today "The Best Worship Music You Won't Find on the Radio" Indelible Grace Kickstarter Help support indelible grace as they work on their 7th album of retuned hymns. Jeremy Wingfield - "The Long Walk Home" Traditional Hymns, Retro Vibe. Park Church Denver - Revelation Songs kickstarter Joel Limpic and... Continue Reading →

Luke Morton – The Lamb has Overcome

One of the more popular songs from our continuing compilation series has been an original piece written by Luke Morton for our Songs for the Supper compilation. The Lamb has Overcome is a meditation on the risen victorious Lamb, a festal triumph for the future wedding feast - an ode for the Easter season. leadsheet... Continue Reading →

Zac Hicks Greatest Hits Overview

I've been a fanboy of Zac Hicks since we first started swapping encouragements more than 10 years ago.  I love the work that Zac has done and continues to do to build bridges and wrestle with care, love, and theological acumen on the church and worship. Below is a brief guided tour to some of... Continue Reading →

Resources for Lent 2014

Here is a collection of new resources for Lent and a reminder of some good old ones! The Lent Project - Biola University an online calendar of prayers, liturgies, and music for the entire season of Lent. --- The Passover Song - Caroline Cobb and Sean Carter --- Wen Reagan - Love & Lightning, Winter... Continue Reading →

Worshipping with the Modern Anglicans

Last week I had a wonderful time worshipping with the community at Trinity Anglican Seminary in Ambridge, PA (just north of Pittsburg). (FYI - Jamie Smith will be here in June for a worship conference) We spent three days diving into the nuts and bolts of songwriting for the church with some good time spent... Continue Reading →

Liturgical Caffeine for Sunday Worship

Most of us begin our day with the ritual of caffeination.  We rehearse these acts literally half asleep.  We grind beans, we pour water, and we begin to sense hope as we wash in the olfactory rush.  We sugar and cream with scientific precision and we drink.   There's actually a whole host of actions,... Continue Reading →

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