A New Hymnal for a New Day
Publisher Releases First of its Kind, Pan-Wesleyan Collection
Media Contact: Kaylyn Mehlhaff firstname.lastname@example.org Publisher releases first of its kind, pan-Wesleyan collection Seedbed’s Our Great Redeemer’s Praise fills need for updated Wesleyan hymnal FRANKLIN, TN., FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—For generations, hymnals were the primary tool of worship for churches across denominations. Every few decades, a leadership body would undertake the task of updating their tradition’s…Read More
Study Reveals the Enduring Popularity of Traditional Hymns
Credit: Christianity Today: 02 September 2019 | 9:56 AM Despite the meteoric rise of contemporary Christian music in the last couple of decades, a new study by LifeWay reveals that the traditional hymn is still a cherished part of church worship. While CCM has become the fashion in many churches across the Western world, the…Read More
Where Have Those Hymnals Gone?
A devotional by A.W. Tozer In order to express myself more freely on a matter that lies very near to my heart, I shall waive the rather stilted editorial we and speak in the first person. The matter I have in mind is the place of the hymnbook in the devotional life of the Christian.…Read More
Why a “Hard-Copy” Hymnal?
Two thousand year Canon of Worship A hymnal contains a trustworthy collection of hymns from across the Wesleyan tradition, and back through 2,000 years of Christian worship. It is a canon of worship that proclaims the theological and doctrinal content of our faith in song, and brings together the voices of Christians past and present. …Read More
The Value of Hymnals in the Life of the Church Today
This hymnal is a unique collection, gathering together hymns of the broad Wesleyan tradition from across the scope of many denominations that emerged from that great movement. In addition to this vast heritage are a number of new hymns that are continuing to emerge in concert with Wesley’s legacy. In a day of ever-expanding digital…Read More
The Enduring Place of Hymnals in the Church
Worship is the central act of the people of God. It is the distinctive mark of the Christian, exhibiting itself through holy living, love of God and neighbor, social action in a broken world, and gathering together in community. When we gather, we sing. Singing is the language of the soul –in praise of God,…Read More