Praising in the Fog

I waited patiently for the LORD; And He inclined to me and heard my cry. He brought me up out of the pit of destruction, out of the miry clay, And He set my feet upon a rock making my footsteps firm. He put a new song in my mouth,…

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BBTB 2015 song list

  This year's Bible By the Beach conference was focussed around the idea of the unstoppable mission of God, and the power of the gospel to change lives and spread throughout the whole world.   Attached below is the list of songs we did over the weekend, along with a…

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New Songs 2014/15

  Below is a list of some of the newer songs we’ve been introduced to recently and have used in various conferences.  Some you will know already, some of them will not suit your church context at all, some you may not like at all, but some you may find…

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Meal and Masterclass with the Sussex Gospel Partnership

    SGP are running two great session for anyone invovled in church music in the area.   The first, Friday 13th March at 6:45pm at St Pancras Church, will be mainly aimed at those who lead the congregation in music.  The evening will include dinner, and both practical and theological training.…

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Theology of the Arts – Part 4

  Welcome back to our brief(ish) four-part trawl through the murky waters of art theology. We began, effectively, by asking the question: “How do we answer when we’re asked to justify art?” This demand for justification is something that artists are familiar with. It might come from parents: “Don’t you…

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Theology of the Arts – Part 3

  Looking at Crutches (continued) Since we started the last two posts with a quote from a composer, I thought this time we would begin with a painter. Unfortunately I began my search amongst the sayings of Salvador Dali, and I’m still trying to recover. So instead, here’s a little…

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Theology of the Arts – Part 2

  Looking at Crutches Here is how Anton Bruckner responded to his critics: “They want me to write differently. Certainly I could, but I must not. God has chosen me from thousands and given me, of all people, this talent. It is to Him that I must give account. How…

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Theology of the Arts- Part 1

  The Way Things Are “I always said God was against art and I still believe it. Anything obscene or trivial is blessed in this world and has a reward – I ask for no reward – only to live and to hear my work.” Such were Edward Elgar’s words…

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