For the Glory of God

Current discussions about worship are often driven by pragmatics and personal preferences rather than by the teaching of Scripture. True worship, however, is our response to God’s gracious revelation; in order to be acceptable to God, worship must be experienced on God’s terms. Respected Old Testament scholar Daniel Block examines worship in the Bible, offering […]

The Gospel Of The Kingdom Is Like An Old Hymn By Jared C. Wilson

“Just as in worship music and marriage, keeping the relationship fresh means frequently revisiting some old, familiar truths.” The gospel is an old hymn. The gospel is sheet music printed in antiquarian typeface on a yellowed page in a dusty book. It’s the “old, old story” and the “old rugged cross.” It is four verses—and […]

What Does God Desire From Us? By Adam Miller

“If we truly love God, we would want to share Him with everyone around us. This is what God wants, and this should be our greatest joy.” When we talk about worship, we often paint ourselves into a corner and relegate the topic of conversation to music. This results in even less constructive conversations about […]

Fostering Hope | Interview with Jonathan Reid

  Many see the foster care crisis and believe there is no hope for real change.  Many see an inevitably bleak future for the children in care. Many do…but not all. Fostering Hope envisions a different kind of future. We see a day when:  A culture of adoptive and foster care permeates the local church […]

The Women of Christmas | Liz Curtis Higgs

Prepare for the Savior to enter your heart in a fresh, vibrant way this sacred season, as you explore the biblical stories of Elizabeth, Mary, and Anna. A touching Bible study, wrapped in a beautiful gift book. “Breathtaking! The Women of Christmas is tender and joy filled and funny and faithful. I savored every word.” […]

Keith Getty: The Sounds of Christmas

Adam sits down to talk with Keith Getty, one of Christian music’s famous modern hymn writers, to talk about the sounds of Christmas. From carols, to traditional hymns, Keith explains the history of  Christmas music and the impact it has on the community of listeners.    Listen to the podcast by clicking the button below.  […]

The CRY We Must Never Forget by Dr. John DeBrine

Dear Faithful Supporters,  For many years (60-plus), I had the privilege of traveling all across America and overseas. The travel had an eternal purpose-preaching the Gospel. Once, while I was flying, the seat beside me was filled by a mother and her crying baby. We were in the air for an hour at least, and […]

Songtime Presents: Live On Location

Come and join us for a live recording of the Songtime broadcast. Songtime is doing its first ever “Live on Location” recording of the Songtime broadcast December 11, 2016 from 3PM-4PM at Christ Chapel in Centerville of Cape Cod. Following the formula of the Songtime radio program, this will be a time of live music […]

…He is the Messiah, The Lord…

The Hallelujah Chorus is arguably the most powerful piece of music ever written. Though its lyrics are sparse, it’s meaning is monumental. This song now reverberates so strongly during the holidays that for many, Christmas does not begin until the “Hallelujah Chorus” has been performed. When he composed his most famous work, the great George […]

Handel’s Messiah At Tremont Temple!

Come hear the performance of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah at Tremont Temple Baptist Church in Boston, MA. Sunday, December 4th 2016 | 4:00 PM They are located at 88 Tremont Street | Boston, MA 02108 This concert is free & open to the public Driving Directions From the North: From I-93 S take exit 24 (first […]

MEM: Gary Wilkerson | World Challenge

  Gary Wilkerson is the President of World Challenge, an international mission organization that was founded by his father, David Wilkerson. He is also the Lead Pastor of The Springs Church, which he launched in 2009 with a handful of people and the church is rapidly growing by God’s grace. He has traveled nationally and […]

Should We Panic, Concerning The Coming Apoca…Election? By Adam Miller

“There is nothing that the government can do for Christians that the Christian could not do without them and there is nothing that the government could do to a Christian that Christ hasn’t already suffered.” Despite the fact that many of the leading evangelical leaders who once supported Donald Trump have pulled their endorsement, there […]