Here’s a new song from Hillsong United that the band on Sunday morning are planning on singing.
Have a listen and let the words become familiar to you, then you can join straight in on Sunday morning.
The lyrics start quite small, but do get bigger as the song progresses:
David Roller continues his Whole Earth Stories looking at events recorded in Luke 18:
It’s a short little door, the door into heaven. Big puffed-up people won’t fit. Seems to be some connection here between the children and the sincerity of the tax collector. 3 minutes of deep thoughts.
A beautiful revisit of an ancient Irish hymn by Audrey Assad.
If you like the Celtic sound you’ll love this:
Bono, the lead singer of U2, sits down with Eugene Peterson, the author of the popular Bible translation The Message, to talk about the Psalms.
“As a songwriter it’s very clear to me that Eugene Peterson is a poet as well as a scholar. He brings the musicality to God’s Word that I’m sure was always there.”
Bono, Grammy award-winning artist and lead singer of U2.
“Bono is singing to the very people I did this work for. I feel that we are allies in this. He is helping get me and the Message to the very people Jesus spent much of his time with.”
Eugene Peterson, beloved author, pastor, and writer of The Message.
The film is produced by Fuller Theological Seminary’s Fuller Studio.
Rend Collective, the band behind the much loved My Lighthouse, have a new album out and below are two things.
The first is the story of the album set in the beauty of Ireland.
This video is followed by some of the songs off the new album:
Tim Hughes sings the title song to his new album – Pocketful of Faith:
If you want to know more about the song Tim gives more details about the story behind the song in this video: