Archive for the ‘Evangelism’ Category

The Atlantic Monthly posted a thoughtful piece recently on the trend in American life away from public singing.  The author seems intuitively to know many of the things I talk about on this blog–that singing together is good for our souls, that we’re designed to sing together.  It’s a good read.  Here’s a link. This […]


Imagine a skeptic visits your church.  She is not sure what she thinks about God, Christianity, or organized religion in general, but she came because her friend  invited her.  She walks in late and the first thing she encounters is the music at your church.  As she absorbs the scene–the musicians up front leading, the […]