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.
Today, we’re delighted to welcome Greg de Blieck, a local hymnwriter, and leader of the New Scottish Hymns Band. We discuss the importance of simplicity in sung worship, Greg’s own hymnwriting process, and why folk music works so well for congregational singing.
Today we’re talking with special guest, Anne Sey. We’ll be talking about how to get the most out of your next trip to the library, how singing is critical to your child’s development, and why you shouldn’t wait to start singing hymns with your kids.
Today we’re delighted to welcome special guest Joel Arcieri, host of the Theology of Music podcast. We talk about the state of modern music, how we got here, and whether there is hope for the future. You might be surprised where we agree…
Today we have a special fan-inspired episode. We’ve asked for your input and we will be discussing a few silly songs, answering some questions from Instagram and talking about the importance of memorising hymns.
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 …
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?
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.
Today we’re tackling the last hymn in our Countdown to Easter series: Lo, He Comes With Clouds Descending! We’ll discuss the man behind the hymn and who the real author is, and we’ll be talking about Holy Week and how this song points us to an even more glorious day than Easter.
Today we’re finishing our short series on Handel’s Messiah with special guests DJ Bulls and Dr Aaron Rice. We find out the history behind Messiah and how Handel plagiarised his own work to create it. We will also talk about the controversy of the Oratorio and where this piece really ends.