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God’s Glowing Gift Subscriber access only
Light is more than a symbol of God’s truth. It’s a tangible reminder of his love for us.
Making the Liturgy Sing a New Song
How a retired Anglican priest and a young church music director created Liturgical Folk.
Hillsong’s Global Appeal, Explained by Sociologists
Australian worship movement flourishes in both post-communist Budapest and post-church Seattle because it confronts the historical establishment.
Running from the Light—and the Snakes
An opera heroine’s conflict with her faith and family has dangerously high stakes.
4 Positive Trends That Could Make Today's Worship Music Even Better
An encouragement to widen our musical tastes, expand our emotional range, renew our melodic emphasis, and incorporate other artistic expressions.
5 Positive Trends In Today's Worship Music
Not all current worship trends are positive, but there are far more good ones than negative ones.
A Voice in the Crowd
What’s good and what’s bad about unpopular opinions.
Yes, Mary Knew
How the question behind the recently controversial Christmas song stirs us to worship.
Chance the Rapper Shares a ‘Private Prayer’ from His Bible Reading Break
The Chicago musician begins his first sabbatical with a famous 80-year-old devotional.
When Gospel Music Sparked a ‘Worship War’
How the Great Migration changed music in the black church forever.
The Gospel Work of Song Subscriber 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.
One-on-One with Keith Getty on the Sing! Conference and the Importance of Song, Part 2
The Sing! Conference is about creating a new song and a new hymnal for churches.
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.
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.
Aretha Franklin’s One Faith
As her father once said, Aretha was still a gospel singer.
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.
New Research: Churchgoers Stick Around for Theology, Not Music or Preachers
Don’t mess with a church’s beliefs or there may be an exodus, according to a new study from Nashville-based LifeWay Research.
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.”
Why So Many Christians Sound the Jewish Shofar in Israel
Huckabee is far from the only Christian Zionist to appropriate the ancient ritual horn.
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