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Conversations

Conversations

3rd of October 2018

Participation in Praise and Worship – A Retrospective

Author – Adam Perez is a doctoral student in liturgical studies at Duke Divinity School.         Worship War There have been many varied but regular attacks posed by […]


24th of September 2018

“Good” Theology?

Author – Brian Hehn is the director of The Center for Congregational Song.       Words Words Words We get so caught up in what a song or hymn […]


10th of September 2018

Relaxed and Re-tuned: Scott Chard’s album, Sanctus

Author – Ginny Chilton Maxwell is Music Minister at Church of the Ascension in Norfolk, Virginia, where she serves as organist, choirmaster, and elementary music teacher.   I tried to […]


4th of September 2018

Music Makes Community

  Author – Ginny Chilton Maxwell is Music Minister at Church of the Ascension in Norfolk, Virginia, where she serves as organist, choirmaster, and elementary music teacher.   While doing […]


13th of August 2018

An Incarnational Sound

Author – Adam Perez is a doctoral student in liturgical studies at Duke Divinity School.       Nevertheless, It Was A Blessing A few weeks ago I had the blessing […]


7th of August 2018

Navigating worship as Universal and Incarnational – The Worship Leader’s Challenge

Guest Blogger Tanya Riches has published a number of well-known songs through Hillsong Music Australia, including ‘Jesus What A Beautiful Name,’ which reached #6 on Australia’s CCLI worship charts. Along with a […]


31st of July 2018

Denominationally Promiscuous: Lessons From My Ecumenical Journey

Author – Brian Hehn is the director of The Center for Congregational Song.   Denominationally Promiscuous Although not verified through any written text, it is common for hymnologists and church […]


12th of July 2018

Another Friendly Letter to the United Methodist Hymnal Revision Committee

Author – Brian Hehn is the director of The Center for Congregational Song.   Like any denominational hymnal committee, you are already being bombarded with people’s opinions –  support, attacks, […]


Patriotic Music on Sunday Morning: Yes or No?

Author – Ginny Chilton Maxwell is Music Minister at Church of the Ascension in Norfolk, Virginia, where she serves as organist, choirmaster, and elementary music teacher.   At my church […]


11th of June 2018

Singing As Summer Sabbath

Author – Ginny Chilton Maxwell is Music Minister at Church of the Ascension in Norfolk, Virginia, where she serves as organist, choirmaster, and elementary music teacher.   One of my […]