X Close Menu
  • Featured Posts
  • Show All Posts
Dec 2016 22 Dec 22, 2016

Check out the set lists from this year's Doxology & Theology Conference!...Read More

Nov 2016 3 Nov 3, 2016
1

We're kicking off the Doxology & Theology Conference today! We'll be live-streaming the main sessions at the link below, so tune in and join the conversation on Twitter using #doxandtheo16! Here's a link to the schedule so you can see when we're live. Come learn with us!...Read More

Oct 2016 31 Oct 31, 2016

We usually think of the Reformation of the 15th Century in terms of doctrinal renewal. But we also owe the Reformers a debt for the renewal of worship. Here are some of the key areas......Read More

Oct 2016 28 Oct 28, 2016

Check out the breakout sessions available at this year's Doxology & Theology Conference! Sign up now, and we'll see you there!...Read More

Oct 2016 24 Oct 24, 2016

We’re less than two weeks away from #doxandtheo16, and a few spots are still available. (Also, registration closes October 31.) If you’ve been on the fence about joining us next week, here’s three reasons to sign up today....Read More

Jul 2016 1 Jul 1, 2016
1

In all this talk of excellence, many Christians fail to realize the chasm between the world’s definition of excellence and God’s definition of excellence. The two are not synonymous. In fact, worship leaders in particular often succumb to a worldly definition of excellence. In doing this, we actually misunderstand godly excellence....Read More

Jun 2016 10 Jun 10, 2016

On May 24, 2016, one of the great Reformation scholars of the 20th century passed into glory....Read More

May 2016 26 May 26, 2016

At this year's D&T conference, were celebrating the contributions of the Protestant Reformation, and we’ll consider how the Reformation shaped our faith, returned singing to the church, and continues to reform our practices....Read More

Apr 2016 14 Apr 14, 2016
2

In a matter of years, Steele became one of the best-loved names in hymnody. Just as Watts was crowned the “father of English hymnody,” Steele has been called the “mother of the English hymn." Since her day there has not been a woman hymn-writer who has matched Steele’s ability and nuance with the doctrinal fidelity and care she demonstrates....Read More

Apr 2016 13 Apr 13, 2016

Every once in a while you stumble across a historical figure whose voice speaks—no, shouts—with all kinds of contemporary relevance. For me, that figure is Thomas Cranmer, and the more I get to know him, the more I am inspired by this theologian, pastor, artist, and worship leader. If Cranmer is remembered at all, he is often caricatured as a wishy-washy politician, flitting to and fro in the winds of the whims of the mad King Henry VIII....Read More