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  • In a Still, Small Voice

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    This quiet ballad uses I Kings 19:11-13 and events from Jesus’ ministry to reflect on hearing the still, small voice of the Lord in our world today. The song can be effectively led by a praise team or sung as an anthem by choir.

  • Jesus, Greatest at the Table

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    The hymn tune TABLE GREATS (a play on “greatest” and “table grace”) is a setting for Steven Starke’s Maundy Thursday text. This simple, singable tune gives voice to Starke’s reflection on the story of Jesus washing his disciples’ feet in the upper room.

    Piano accompaniment for congregational singing.

  • Jesus, You Are Here

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    In Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “shelter in place” order took effect at midnight; an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, everyone is to stay home except for the necessities. When I woke this morning, I considered how quickly the world changes. People all over Michigan–all over the world–are finding themselves confined to their homes. Maybe they’re dreading the silence. Maybe they can’t imagine getting through a whole day with all their children at home. Maybe they’ll lie awake at night worrying about their loved ones catching the virus.

    This simple song, dubbed “a hymn for sheltering in place” reminds us that Jesus walks with us during these times.

    PowerPoint slides for congregational singing are available at Digital Songs & Hymns.

  • Joyful, Joyful, We Adore You (HYMN TO JOY)

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    Nothing beats Beethoven’s original as found in the 9th Symphony, but if your pianist or praise band is going to lead “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore You” this arrangement really sparkles–and the strings really bring it to another level.

  • Let His Name Be Lifted Up

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    The verses of this song celebrate the crucifixion, burial, resurrection, and return of Christ–each being a reason to sing “Let His Name Be Lifted Up” in the chorus!

  • Many Fields to Plow

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    “Many Fields to Plow” is a unique hymn in that it touches on themes of vocation, contentment, Sabbath, and our role in God’s beautiful, fertile world. Above is a demo with voice and guitar; below is a computer playback of the piano accompaniment.


  • Mary’s Song (Our King of Peace)

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    Wendell Kimbrough’s setting of Mary’s Song captures the wonder, fear, and obedience of Mary’s response to Gabriel’s message. The song is a perfect fit for Advent, Christmas, and Lessons and Carols services. The choral arrangement places the choir alongside folk instruments, which is a lovely marriage for those who lead blended worship.

  • May the Mind of Christ My Savior

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    This classic text has been set to a new tune which has a mesmerizing Celtic feel. The song’s theme of consecration and aspiration makes it a great way to close a service. This song is also included in Faith Alive’s Sing with Me song book with a simplified piano accompaniment and some lyric changes.

    PowerPoint slides for congregational singing are available from Digital Songs & Hymns.

    Watch Greg’s guitar tutorial for this song here:

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  • Maybe the Rain

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    Celebrating its 20th anniversary, this song was written for Bellefield Presbyterian Church’s pianist, Jeff Stehle. The lyrics remind us that the “rain” we experience in our lives may be exactly what is needed for us to grow–an idea which took on new meaning when Jeff was diagnosed with cancer. Though he’s in remission, I’d ask that you would say a quick prayer on his behalf when you play this song-just think of it as royalties paid in prayers!

    An arrangement for solo voice and piano is published by Augsburg Fortress in With All My Heart, vol. 2 and an arrangement for SAB choir and flute appears in Augsburg Fortress collection Wade in the Water: Easy Choral Music for All Ages.

    This leadsheet is a free download. If you sing this song in your church please report its use to CCLI or OneLicense.

  • Morning Has Broken (BUNESSAN)

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    This Just Add People arrangement of the classic hymn “Morning Has Broken” is perfect for congregational singing.

  • My Days Are in Your Hands

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    Inspired by a hymn text of W.F. Lloyd, “My Times Are in Your Hands” is a prayer of trust that offers our lives to God in faith, whether our days be dark or bright, long or short. It can be sung at New Years’ services, in times of trial, or when embarking on new ministries.

    This song is mentioned in Greg’s podcast, “New Year.

    PowerPoint slides for congregational singing are available from Digital Songs & Hymns.

  • My Jesus, I Love Thee (GORDON)

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    This Just Add People arrangement includes a fresh piano accompaniment for congregational singing as well as optional parts for strings and recorder (or other treble C instrument). After an a cappella third verse, an upward key change adds a sense of confidence and conviction to the final verse.

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