Category Archives: Theology of worship

Mark Hayes Interview

Mark Hayes (http://www.markhayes.com/) is a special guest of the Brehm Center and Fred Bock Institute of Music worship weekend this Saturday February 11 and Sunday February 12.  Saturday is a full day of discussions, with Mark and others, around the theme … Continue reading

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How Firm A Foundation

The Sunday anthem was anything but routine today (Jan. 22).  We sang an arrangement of “How Firm a Foundation” by Dan Forrest, with full orchestra.  Unfortunately, we don’t have a video of the song (piano accompaniment only, http://www.danforrest.com/choral/), but I … Continue reading

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Home!

We are home, safe, albeit some hacking, coughing, and sniffing still in evidence. We are profoundly gratfeful to our Father who has protected us and allowed us to glorify His Name. We are thankful for each prayer and each person … Continue reading

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Becoming a handbell player

Handbell choirs are something of a novelty. The sight of a dozen or so people swinging their arms, ringing small or large bells, is fascinating!  There are many aspects of a bell choir which make the entire enterprise challenging—but challenging … Continue reading

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