Today we’re joined by special guest, Kevin DeYoung. We will be talking about the less well-known hymn, ‘Of the Father’s Love Begotten’. We’re going to be taking a deeper look at the long history of this ancient song, how it has been used and adapted over the years, and why we should sing it more.
In this episode, we’re taking a moment out to reflect as we celebrate our hundredth episode. We’ll also be talking about the lesser known Christmas hymn, ‘Thou Who Wast Rich Beyond All Splendour. Featured in this episode are the Red Army (and not the Santa’s Little Helper kind), an act of astounding humility, and Scripture …
Christmas is here and our advent series begins!! Today we will be talking to Kenny & Claire music. They are here to tell us about the advent hymn ‘Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence’ as well as the adventures of being a married music duo.
In this week’s episode, we’re doing things a little bit different. We’re joined by Pastor Steve McAllister who is walking with us through Mary’s Song in Luke 2 – also known as the Magnificat. We’re reminded why this song is not actually about Mary and we’re also encouraged to love the lost and to love …
In today’s episode, we’re talking to singer and song writer, Matt Boswell. We discuss the origins of his hymn ‘Sing We the Song of Emmanuel’, what he’d like you to take away from the lyrics, and the importance of proclaiming the gospel through song. All that and more!
In today’s episode, we’re talking to singer-songwriter Jeremy Casella. We’re discussing his favourite Christmas Carol, Joy to the World, how Christmas songs should point to Easter, and how Christians can cultivate joy in difficult times. All that and more!
This week, we’re excited to be kicking off our advent series! In today’s episode, it’s a Sandra McCracken Christmas. We have the artist herself on to talk about how the Lord brought her to faith, her new book, and how Christians should be praising the Lord this Christmas. All that and more!