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10 Reasons Why Hymnals Have a Future

A hymnal is a valuable resource for all kinds of Christians, as well as congregational leaders, find out why
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The Richness of Our Faith

A Conversation with former editor-in-chief of Christianity Today magazine David Neff on worship, prayer poetry, and congregational song.

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Traditional Versus Contemporary Worship

Struggling between contemporary and traditional music approaches? This essay from 200 years ago might help.

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Have all the good tunes been written?

Defining a good song is tricky, but the main test of melodies—likewise, harmony and form—is the same for any art: the test of time. Poor quality doesn’t last long.
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“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”

“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,” is most assuredly one of the oldest, if not the oldest, Christmas Carol in most hymnbooks today and is one of the oldest texts still sung by the Church at any time of the year.