We asked worship pastors what music inspires them on their discipleship path. “Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery” Michael Bleecker, The Village Church [Single] Songwriters: Matt Boswell, Matt Papa, Michael Bleecker…
Gracepoint member turns school project into collaborative EP of original songs on identity in Christ, called the Identity Project
Grace Notes Kathleen Francis Review by Sarah Brown What is the subject? The book uses the concept of a grace note – an embellishment that is neither melody nor harmony…
Performative worship songs in Angola teach Bible truth “Why is that woman carrying a huge water can on her head?” I thought to myself. “Why are people putting chairs on…
For the past three decades, Roy Salmond has recorded musicians and poets, the past 16 of them at his Whitewater Productions studio in Surrey, B.C. A producer, percussionist, guitarist, keyboardist, pianist and singer, Salmond received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 37th annual Covenant Awards in Nov. 5, 2015.
“There were many glorious moments singing these songs when the presence of the Lord came down,” says Pat Sczebel, singer/songwriter on C2C Music’s first recording Revive Us Again. “We were all on our knees in the studio undone by what Christ has done for us.”
Title: Resonate: Enjoying God’s Gift of Music
Author: Mark Beuving
The local classical radio station is currently running a commercial in which the symphony conductor is asked what it’s like to conduct. His response is a question…
“Music is the universal language of [hu]mankind,” wrote American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The Recycled Orchestra demonstrates music’s power to transcend barriers, unite people across generations, and resonate with people divided by cultural and socio-economic differences.
The ends for which we live
One lazy Sunday afternoon, my daughter Janaya, home from Columbia Bible College, was slouched on the couch with a book. “Whatcha reading?” I queried. “The Celebration of Discipline,” came her reply. “Ah, Richard Foster,” I acknowledged; “that’s all about musicians.” She looked puzzled. “No, it isn’t,” came her clear but reticent response. “I’m halfway through and there’s nothing about musicians here.”
Transforming taste through love
Discerning good music is a hornet’s nest if there ever was one. We often declare what we like as good, tying its value to our taste. This is not unreasonable; like attracts like. We call a restaurant good if it produces quality food with flavours we appreciate. Good friends return our affection for them. Why shouldn’t good music be joined together with our taste?
YahwehTrevor DickTrevor Dick’s CD Yahweh is a passionate compilation of well-known hymns and newly written songs. The songs presented on the disc cross musical boundaries into a wide variety of genres, and could therefore appeal to a wide audience of music lovers.
Love ShinesCathy AJ HardyOpenness can threaten some, while it refreshes others. Love Shines will refresh those who are ready for it.
For many people, singing together was one of their Assembly 15 highlights. For the man who led that singing, it was the highlight of his life.
The PromiseFather’s DaughterThe latest release from Father’s Daughter demonstrates the saying, “there’s nothing like a family blend when it comes to harmony.” The Promise, the group’s second CD, does not disappoint. Creative harmonies combined with great musical arrangements and biblically sound lyrics add up to an enriching, entertaining listening experience.
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Musician: Sister Dorothy
With help from her grandmother, eclectic performer Sister Dorothy (of the Mennonite, not Catholic variety) sings 17 songs from Gesangbuch, a German hymnal published in 1952 with works by Martin Luther, Beethoven, and Zinzendorf.