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Music and Christmas go hand-in-hand. Whether it is the familiar hymns of faith or more current expressions of faith, the joy of God coming near at Christmas leads us to singing. Accordingly, our Advent Sermon Series will explore examples of singing that result from God’s mysterious and wonderful movement in this remarkable story we have come to call Christmas. We will hear songs from prophets, old men, young women and even angels – all of which will lead us to sing gratefully that in Christ, God is with us. Thanks be to God!
FUEL HSM continues in its series on Relationships and looks at the healthy and unhealthy examples that are evident in our culture and media - music, movies and TV. Long one with some video clips included
Listen to the full service, including music and message, from the Contemporary Worship Service at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, November 9, 2015. Dr. Mary John Dye delivers the message, "giving credit where credit is due".
Silence, Mountains, and Music: My Pathways To God
At all times, in all places, God's praise should be on our lips.
Have you ever wished someone's babies be dashed against the rocks?
What does it mean to be on a pilgrimage?
What is confession? Is it really necessary?
When life's got you down, maybe it's time to sing a new song.
John Wesley’s 312th birthday is this week. Wesley founded the Methodist Movement, and he and brother Charles worked as a team, preaching and leading people to faith, using music as a powerful teaching and preaching tool. John wrote only a handful of hymns, but he translated many hymns, especially translating works from the German and those that came from the Moravians whom Wesley judged to be people of deep faith and spirituality.