Hymns have been making a comeback, and partly through the influence of Kevin Twit and Indelible Grace music. In this interview, I had the opportunity to interview Rev. Kevin Twit. He seeks to answer the following questions: Why is this comeback happening? Is there something missing in the Contemporary Christian Music scene that is feeding […]
Recently we had our 24th commencement from RTS Orlando. It was a wonderful evening to celebrate God’s goodness in the life of our 2015 graduating class. Gathering at St. Andrews Church in Sanford, Florida, we were called to worship by the bagpipes and organ (Highland Cathedral). We were blessed by the music of the choir […]
It’s just about Holy Week, and I wonder if you have a plan? Holy week, you say, where’s that in the Bible? Glad you asked. That exact phrase is not in the Bible. But then, neither is the word Trinity. But just as a description of the triune God is all over the New Testament, I’d like […]
Singing with the Pilgrims: The “Old Hundredth” Do you ever wonder what songs the American Pilgrims sang? I know one of them. It is probably the only one still printed in some of our hymnbooks. It’s called the “Old Hundredth” and it may have been sung at the first Thanksgiving! Let’s back up. One of […]
Below are 5 new episodes of the TAKE 5 series, which airs weekdays on WTLN 950 AM Radio at 6:55 am & 5:55 pm. For more information visit rts.edu/takefive.
This is the first of a three part series on pastors—part 1 called “In Praise of Pastors,” part 2 called “What does a pastor do?” and part 3 entitled, “How to Bless Your Pastor.” The call to be a pastor is a high and holy privilege. It is one of the greatest callings in the […]
Go Figure: Yesterday I found myself in a Baptist church building, at an Episcopal church installation service, sitting next to a Catholic bishop, singing songs by Luther and Chris Tomlin. The church was First Baptist Church of Orlando (with the Southern Baptist Convention) which has the largest sanctuary in the region. The Episcopal installation service […]