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When Gospel Music Sparked a ‘Worship War’
How the Great Migration changed music in the black church forever.
The Gospel Work of SongSubscriber Access Only
Why we need to remember the God-given language of music.
Kurt Kaiser Passes Away, But His Music Will Pass It On
From Word Music to Baylor University, Christian composer leaves a legacy of hundreds of songs.
If We Can Worship Anywhere, Why Go To Church?
It doesn't just matter that we worship Jesus. It matters that we worship him with other people.
The Loneliness of the Pastor-Theologian
How to find encouragement in this unique vision and calling.
Five Signs My Church May Have Become an Idol
How can we see the signs and repent?
One-on-One with Keith Getty on the Sing! Conference and the Importance of Song, Part 1
Getty's five-year conference engages theology, the arts, and song.
Should Hymns Keep the Theology of Their Writers?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weighed in.
New Music Is Not Worth Fighting For – So What Is?
Change may be necessary. But we need to get there by fighting the important battles, not the trivial ones.
Mattresses, Experiences, and Instagramming Your Worship Service
What place does social media have in our worship services?
John Piper Changed ‘Great Is Thy Faithfulness.’ Experts Weigh In.
Reformed tweaks to Methodist hit raise the question: Should hymns keep the theological orientation of their authors?
A Fascinating Lost Email from Larry Norman on Music and Ministry
Our worship music is very often about 'us' and 'I' more than about God.
Pew: Why Americans Go to Church or Stay Home
Among regular attenders of religious services: 2 in 3 go because of their kids, Catholics half as likely as Protestants to value sermons, and 1 in 5 don’t usually feel God’s presence.
Make Worship Patriotic Again? The Top 10 Songs for Fourth of July Services
A look at America’s favorite God-and-country tunes, from Revolutionary War anthems to a Trump-inspired musical number.
Christian Artists: Don’t Leave the Bible BehindSubscriber Access Only
Why a scriptural imagination is essential to the making and enjoying of art.
In Defense of the Children’s Sermon
How we’ve made those five minutes of our service some of the most influential—for kids and adults.
The Father of Gospel Music Wanted to Be a Secular Star
How Thomas Dorsey decided to give up a thriving jazz career for “Precious Lord.”
Sunday Church Services Are Not About YouSubscriber Access Only
Six tangible ways congregations can shift their gatherings from me to us.
Bethel Music and Bieber Sang It. But Do We Really Believe in ‘Reckless Love’?
Worship experts weigh in on the theology beneath Cory Asbury’s chart-topping hit.
The Calling | 55 min
Keith Getty Is Still Fighting the Worship Wars
How the writer of "In Christ Alone" found an adversary in Wall Street.
The Most Wonderfully Painful Time of the Year
The Most Wonderfully Painful Time of the Year
Christmas reminds us that faith in the future does not erase our pain in the present.
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