This is probably the quickest a song has gone from first draft to up on the site. I started it on Tuesday morning and here it is on Thursday night, lead sheet, demo, and all. Check it out here. I don’t expect to hear this one on Sunday morning because Psalm 6 is a hardContinue reading ““The Lord Has Heard (Psalm 6)” Is Up!”
So this morning I was reading Psalm 6 and I posted this picture to TWS’ Instagram (FYI, follow us on Instagram!). One of the ways I study Scripture is I write songs based on or inspired by the Scripture. This forces me to wrestle with presenting the Scripture in a new but true way thatContinue reading “Psalm 6 and a Glance Into the Creative Process”
With the recent release of “Refuge”, Psalm 5 has been on my mind. After reading it again, there is a reflection that stands out that I would like to share. When the Psalmist sings 3 In the morning, O LORD, You will hear my voice;In the morning I will order my prayer to You and eagerly watch. Psalm 5:3 He immediatelyContinue reading “Reflections on Psalm 5”
New song is up! This is one that I started with my friend Jarred in one of our songwriting sessions. I asked “so what are we going to write about?” And be said “how about a Psalm?”. Then it only made sense to do some sermon prep at the same time (the last Psalm IContinue reading “New Song: Refuge (Psalm 5)”
Hey all! New song is up. Check it out here. This is another take on Psalm 51. Let me know what you think in the comments. Peace!
Last 4th of July I remember sitting back among a crowd of strangers as we all watched a fireworks show. This year, our celebration of independence will look a bit different. It will be smaller and socially distant (but at least I will get to use my new grill!). Yet even with everything that isContinue reading “Freedom and Thankfulness”
It is my great pleasure to introduce my good friend, Sean Ellis. He joined The Worshiping Songwriter early on and, if I remember correctly, had not written any worship songs yet. Then one day, in one of our monthly meetings, he decided to try it out even though he had not prepared anything for theContinue reading “Song of The Month: The Love of the Savior”