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Kids Can Sing and Shout. How Do We Teach Them to Worship?
From Isaac Watts to Shane & Shane, songwriters have seen the power of music for the minds of young believers.
How Do You Get to the Dove Awards?
Without set theological parameters, it’s the audience and the industry that elevates artists.
When Do the Latest Hillsong and Bethel Hits Belong in Your Sunday Lineups?
How worship pastors decide whether to sing to the Lord a new song.
150 Weeks of Composing Psalms Reaches Its Finale
After nearly three years, Poor Bishop Hooper’s accidental pandemic project concludes with a new psalter for the church.
Seven-Hour Oratorio Sings the Gospel of Mark Word for Word
If any man have ears to hear, let him hear: “The KJV actually sang quite well.”
‘Faithful’ Project Offers Sacred Space for Christian Women to Create
A new collaboration from Integrity Music brings together musicians and Bible teachers to celebrate God’s faithfulness to women in a way that transcends evangelical silos.
America’s True Freedom Is Getting to Sing About God, Not Country
This Fourth of July, worship leaders work to focus devotion “In Christ Alone.”
Worship Leaders Hit with Pandemic Burnout
Music ministry has always been demanding, but the past two years have made it unsustainable for some.
Hallelujah! ‘Messiah’ Sing-Alongs Turn Audience into the Choir
The centuries-old tradition has returned to community theaters after a pandemic hiatus.
Dante Bowe Navigates Worship in the Spotlight
After leaving Maverick City Music, the singer is launching his own label focused on authenticity in a field increasingly crowded by celebrity.
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