Following on from our previous episode, we’re taking a deeper look into the method behind the music of churches like Hillsong. We’re looking at the origins of the Pentecostal and Revivalist movements, and we’re going to try to answer the million dollar question: should Christians sing these songs at church?
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Today we are responding to the documentary ‘Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed.’ What’s all the hype about anyway? The history, the rise to worldwide fame, the scandals – we discuss it all. We watched it, so now you don’t have to.
In today’s episode, we’re talking to Scott Aniol. We’ll be talking about the real purpose of corporate worship, answering the question of whether culture is actually neutral, and we’ll be getting some great tips on how to discern how much influence the outside world should have on our Sunday services.
In today’s episode we are talking to Samuel Sey about his history coming to faith in Jesus, his experience within the Ghanaian church, and how far we should let culture influence our worship. All that and more!
We’re really excited to bring to you our first ever live episode, recorded in front of a studio audience at the Grace Baptist Partnership annual conference in Swanwick, Derbyshire. Our special guest is Ali Mclachlan, talking about who leads worship anyway. In this episode, we talk about what it means to lead worship, the harmony …
This week, Matthew David Montgomery joins us to share about his album, Psalms for Singing. We talk about instruments in worship, the best psalter for those who are newer to the Psalms, and Matthew shares with us some of his own favourite Psalms and hymns. All that and more!
This week, we’re joined by a special guest, hymn expert and PhD student, Mr D. J. Bulls. We’ll be talking about the trinity, the importance of singing to the triune God, and get some really helpful insight into why some traditions shy away from addressing God in this way in their praise.