Monthly Archives: June 2012


Here are just a few thoughts I had on a couple books I recently finished reading. I recommend both of them. [amazon-product align=”right” alink=”0000FF” bordercolor=”000000″ height=”240″ tracking_id=”ashessto-20″]0801013186[/amazon-product]In Christless Christianity, Dr. Michael Horton examines the trend within American churches to replace the Gospel … Continue reading

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Farewell, Fiery Sun

I’m grateful to be able to sing at the end of the day, especially on days when the temperature climbs to 104 degrees and the sun seems downright oppressive: O Trinity, most blessed light, O Unity of sovereign might, As … Continue reading

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Virtual Organist

If your church… …struggles to find an organist to play for services …uses MIDI or Hymnsoft for services, but would appreciate something better …needs to find a way to give organists a Sunday off …wishes for a well-trained church organist to … Continue reading

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Merits / Grace

“If you wish to fall from grace, then boast of your merits.” –Johann Gerhard, Handbook of Consolations

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Lutheran Public Radio – Music for the World

I’ve been listening to this whenever I can. Check it out! The reformer Martin Luther had this to say about the Holy Spirit, God’s Word and music: The Holy Ghost himself honors music as an instrument for his proper work … Continue reading

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