We’re back on the ‘Hope of Glory’ theme this week as we revisit the classic trinitarian hymn, Holy Holy, Holy. In this episode we learn about the short but impactful life of Reginald Heber, and discover where the wonderful themes of this song can be found in the Bible.
Join us as we’re kicking off our new series, ‘The Hope of Glory’, with a church classic, ‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’. We’ll be talking about a good friend of the Wesleys, whether this hymn is about the ascension or the second coming, and who exactly is commanded to worship Jesus.
Happy New Year! Today we’re really excited to be back with a new Off the Record Episode: ‘New Year, New You?’ We chat about resolutions, why we make them, and how on earth we’re supposed to keep them up beyond the end of January (spoiler alert: prayer helps). We also share some fun news about …
Today we’re talking about the song ‘God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen’. We’re taking a closer look at this ballad carol and why we should be thanking Charles Wesley for this hymn. All that and more!
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.
Today we’re really excited to welcome special guest Cody Curtis, founder and director of the ensemble Psallos. We will be speaking about their latest album on Philippians and the challenges of composing songs about scripture.
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?