Yes, it’s true, Baptist Hymnal and The Worship Hymnal are shipping ahead of schedule. Contact LifeWay to get your very own!
John wrote in a comment… How come I can’r find listing of the 100 songs on the MPEG1 Accompaniment set? It says everywhere that song listings are available at lifeway.com/worship but …. nothing. Easy answer… they’re in the middle of being produced, which means that the song list isn’t final. Longer answer… well, we got […]
JAy observes… Charles Wesley was a genius when it came to song lyrics. But I find his music is best appreciated when studied prior to singing. Unfortunately, I have never been to a church that allows this to happen. The fact that people fail to understand what they are singing is a shame… Now if […]
Ryan at reformworship.com has an open letter to his congregation about the structure of worship at their church. Could your Sunday work like this?
Terry Delaney at saidatsouthern.com reviews James Bartley’s book Worship that Pleases God.
Jim Drake blogs about the changes in who’s leadin’ the singin’ over the past 34 years in honor of the retirement of his friend Ty Morris, Jr.
On Monday (Tuesday after a holiday weekend) mornings, we’ll post set lists from the prior Sunday. Just post them online and then shoot them to the email address linked on the right column. This week… only one: SunRidge Church
Our own Ed Stetzer blogs about “portable churches” and the tradeoffs that they have (like big weekly setup and takedown, but no building to maintain.) More on the nomadic church in this book.
ChaplainAndrews.com is the blog of a U.S. Army Chaplain currently serving in Germany. He posts today (yesterday with the time change?) on setting the stage for worship.
Prodigal Jon writes about a fragrance that reminds him of church. Prodigal Jon, if you email me, I’ll get you a new 2008 Baptist Hymnal to roll around in. I can’t promise you a bunch though. 😀