Today we’re talking about the pastor and hymn writer, Joseph Hart, and the good God that we adore. Get ready to be a little scandalized and a lot encouraged – and ready to add this song to your worship playlist this week.
This week we’re talking about wedding… HYMNS! We asked you, our audience which hymns you sang at your weddings, plus we’ll be getting personal and talking about our own. All that and more coming up!
Today we’re wrapping up our series on ‘The Hope of Glory’ with a beautiful but obscure hymn, The King Shall Come When Morning Dawns. We’ll be talking about the value of translators, how the idea of light overcoming darkness resonates deep in our souls, and looking forward to that certain hope of glory.
Welcome to another in our series on the Hope of Glory. Today we’re talking about the hymn ‘All People that on Earth Do Dwell’. We will be discussing a particularly brutal queen, John Calvin, and a certain bedtime routine Monet has with her son.
Today, we’re talking about Charles Wesley’s popular hymn, ‘Jesus, Lover of My Soul’. We’ll take a look at why his brother, John, wasn’t’ too keen to publish this hymn, and we’ll find a heap of encouragement on how to worship God in the midst of temptation and doubt.
Today, we’re talking about another one of those aggressive Christian hymns. We’ll be looking at O Church Arise. Is it too fighty? How old is it really? And is it just a cheap knock-off of In Christ Alone?
Today we’re talking about a hymn that has seen something of a revival in the last twenty years: Living He Loved Me. We’ll be talking about another travelling evangelist, Casting Crowns, and, of course, the glorious gospel.
Today, we’re talking to pastor and hymnwriter, Dustin Battles. We’re talking about his history with hymn writing, why it is helpful to the pastor, and the surprising parallels between preaching and writing songs for the church.
Today we’re discussing the popular hymn, Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus. We will be talking about the Chautauqua Movement and the passages of Scripture behind this heavenly vision.
In today’s episode we’re going to look at an old classic chorus, I Know Whom I Have Believed. We’ll be talking about a man who was saved while praying for someone else, how good songs can come out of revival movements too, and why we can have certainty in our faith even if we don’t …
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