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Sing! Why and How We Should Worship

Hardback|Sep 2017
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Why do you (or do you not) sing at church? Authors, lyricists, and worship leaders Keith and Kristyn Getty explore thoroughly the basis and nature of congregational singing, reminding churchgoers that it is an opportunity to proclaim the gospel with...


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Why do you (or do you not) sing at church? Authors, lyricists, and worship leaders Keith and Kristyn Getty explore thoroughly the basis and nature of congregational singing, reminding churchgoers that it is an opportunity to proclaim the gospel with one voice.

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Why do you sing at church?


It's a question we almost never ask out loud. Yet, this is a question that is central to the lives of Christians who regularly gather together for worship.


Do you sing to God? Or do you "address one another in hymns and spiritual songs," as the Scripture says? Do you close your eyes? What is your posture in worship? This book is designed with these questions in mind.


Or maybe you don't sing at church-or if you do, not with very much enthusiasm, hoping to hide behind a wall of sound. After all, not everyone sings at the same skill level, same rhythm, or pitch.


Authors, lyricists, and worship leaders, Keith and Kristyn Getty write to church members to remind them why the Church should sing, when the Church should sing, and how the Church should sing. A congregation that gains a greater understanding of why they sing won't dread a worship service, with arms crossed and shoulders slumped, but see singing as an opportunity to proclaim the gospel together in obedience to God.

Sing! guides individual church members together with their congregation on a campaign to declare with one voice, This is why we sing!




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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 470469
  • Product Code 9781462742660
  • ISBN 1462742661
  • EAN 9781462742660
  • Pages 176
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Worship/sacraments
  • Publisher Broadman & Holman
  • Publication Date Sep 2017
  • Sales Rank 6712
  • Dimensions 185 x 132 x 17mm
  • Weight 0.113kg

Keith Getty

Keith and Kristyn Getty have been writing hymns for more than a decade, bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary, and creating what is described as singable theology. Their songs, many co-written with Stuart Townend, have pioneered a new generation of modern hymns.

The renowned Getty/Townend hymn, "In Christ Alone," has remained the most popular song for congregations throughout the UK for six years, among CCLI's top ten in North America, and has been honored by both the British Hymn Society and BBC Songs of Praise all time lists. Their hymns are sung in small churches, large cathedrals and concert halls around the world, performed by choirs of every description, and have also been recorded by artists throughout the world of music, from country artists Alison Krauss and Ricky Skaggs, Irish musicians Moya Brenan and Anuna, CCM artists Natalie Grant, Newsboys and Tim Hughes, to Aida's Heather Headley, and a recent online recording by Owl City.

Under the Getty Music label, Keith and Kristyn have recorded two Dove-nominated albums: "In Christ Alone" (2007) and "Awaken the Dawn" (2009). "Joy-An Irish Christmas" (2011), dedicated to their daughter, Eliza Joy, is a collaboration with luminaries from the world of Irish music. Its broad appeal led to a number one radio single, television appearances and specials, and an annual Christmas concert tour in the USA. Additionally, Getty Music has initiated a number of choral works based on each of these projects.

Kristyn Getty

Keith and Kristyn Getty have been writing hymns for more than a decade, bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary, and creating what is described as singable theology. Their songs, many co-written with Stuart Townend, have pioneered a new generation of modern hymns.

The renowned Getty/Townend hymn, "In Christ Alone," has remained the most popular song for congregations throughout the UK for six years, among CCLI's top ten in North America, and has been honored by both the British Hymn Society and BBC Songs of Praise all time lists. Their hymns are sung in small churches, large cathedrals and concert halls around the world, performed by choirs of every description, and have also been recorded by artists throughout the world of music, from country artists Alison Krauss and Ricky Skaggs, Irish musicians Moya Brenan and Anuna, CCM artists Natalie Grant, Newsboys and Tim Hughes, to Aida's Heather Headley, and a recent online recording by Owl City.

Under the Getty Music label, Keith and Kristyn have recorded two Dove-nominated albums: "In Christ Alone" (2007) and "Awaken the Dawn" (2009). "Joy-An Irish Christmas" (2011), dedicated to their daughter, Eliza Joy, is a collaboration with luminaries from the world of Irish music. Its broad appeal led to a number one radio single, television appearances and specials, and an annual Christmas concert tour in the USA. Additionally, Getty Music has initiated a number of choral works based on each of these projects.

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