I had the great pleasure of contributing a recording to the 2021 Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Grants Colloquium. For the small price of having to watch me as a singing head, you get to see Kathleen Turner’s wonderful dance interpretation of the song. It begins at 30:05.
Listen to this wonderful rendition of “Feed Us, Lord” my friend Chelsea and the choir at Grace Presbyterian Church of Temple, TX created:
After hearing this, everyone is going to want to sing it! You can find the anthem in my choral music catalog.
Josh Parks expresses what we were, perhaps, all thinking: “I just need to express my appreciation that you use punctuation consistently and correctly in your psalm lyrics.” You’re welcome, Josh.
I’ve been trying to provide some resources for churches that are moving their services online during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you subscribe to my newsletter you already saw a number of suggestions for songs and worship leading. Here are two new songs that are appropriate quarantine worship. “Gathered, Scattered” is communion hymn that laments our current scattering and awaits the Church’s final gathering. “Jesus, You Are Here” is a song of comfort, reminding us that Jesus is with us even in times of trial and isolation. Below is something new for me: a lyric video for use in online worship.