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Welcome to Artistic Preaching w/ Classical MG! This musical show, free of worldly CCM, is made to empower evangelical cessationists in moving from obedient intention into bold ministry action. Let the Truth from God's Word renew your mind while you are being inspired artistically with traditional musical treasures and Classical MG's own original music. At the video version of the show on Youtube, you also get classical visual enrichment. New episode every first Monday of the month. Please re ...
 
More Than a Song is a weekly podcast dedicated to helping you discover the truth of Scripture hidden in today's popular Christian music. Each episode teaches you to connect portions of God's Word with the songs you are singing along with on the radio; to help you meditate on Truths that will transform your way of thinking and ultimately your life.
 
New Christian Releases, Hidden Gems, and Tomorrow's Christian Hits! Do you want to be among the first to know what great Christian contemporary music (CCM) has been released in the past week? We not only share releases that are performing the best and are causing the most chatter (on radio, websites, social media, etc.)... we also point out musical gems produced by less known Christian artists. Our podcast is not only a treasure for music lovers but is also an interesting source for music ma ...
 
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Christian Music Digest: An Audio Newsletter is a show that features the latest news in the Christian music industry as well as artist interviews and album reviews. The show will offer you a peek into the lives of the artists you hear on the radio and maybe introduce you to some new artists as well.
 
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On today’s podcast, we’re going to go back to the late 1980s. There was a band on Milk & Honey Records made up of two guys from Kentucky. Marvin and Gentry started playing music together as High School students and have been making music together ever since. But their career really took off when they became friends with Dan Peek the lead singer of …
 
There was a national crisis, and the king didn't know what to do. At that moment, the king had choices. He could turn to his own wisdom, the advisors of those around him, or any number of places for advice. In the Scripture inspired by Phil Wickham's song "Battle Belongs," the king chose to seek the Lord. May we follow his example...well, mostly. L…
 
How would like to deepen your relationship with the Lord and artistically refresh your souls for renewed ministry courage and peace? Preacher and artist Classical MG will in this episode inspire you through the Word, inspiring quotes, and the traditional Christian hymn Abide With Me and illuminate... -How the story of Henry Lyte and William Monk wi…
 
My guest today has been writing music since the early 1970s. And I’ll bet that many of you have sung some of his songs in your church, songs like “Shine Jesus Shine” or “Knowing You.” Graham has released more than 40 albums in the past fifty years and has introduced the concept of PsalmSurfing, a way of using the songbook of the Old Testament in ou…
 
What does Scripture say about the house of the Lord? That's what I set out to discover with Phil Wickham's new song, "House Of The Lord," playing in the background. The answer weaves through the Old and New Testaments. We only scratch the surface, but let's see how much we can explore. In this episode, I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture …
 
One of the things I get excited about doing this podcast is hearing all of the different styles of music out there. And I enjoy talking to people who use these different styles to further the Kingdom of God. So today, I'm exploring a music style that I don't talk about much but enjoy. Usually, I'd say we are headed to the Appalachian mountains of W…
 
It doesn't matter how thick the walls are to us; it only matters how thick the walls are to God. When Andrew Ripp sings of our fears coming down like Jericho walls in his song "Jericho," I was inspired to study the story leading up to that moment. I learned a lot about Joshua and what God commanded him. {Spoiler alert: God speaks directly to his fe…
 
Back in the late 90s, I worked for a marketing company hired to help promote new albums on Myrrh Records. One of the projects we had the privilege of working on was the 2nd album from my guest today. Since that album, Miss Angie has become an independent artist and has just released her 5th album, Desert Flags. Today we're also going to talk about …
 
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season are coming to an end. So many details remind us of Christ. What a tragedy it will be if we make room for the traditions that point to Him but fail to make room in our hearts for HIM. Casting Crowns' song, "Make Room," inspired me to take a step back and view the details from a different perspective. Join …
 
Today, my guest is an artist you’ve probably heard multiple times and don’t even know it. His songs have appeared on TV shows, movie trailers, and video games. He’s also produced music for a whos-who list of artists in the mainstream and Christian circles alike. His music has received over 25 billion streams. I’m talking about 2-time Dove award-win…
 
The symbols of Christmas have become the traditions of Christmas -- traditions like an evening drive to see grand light displays. When you hear a song like "Christmas Lights" by Love & the Outcome, allow it to point your heart toward Jesus, the Light of the World. You can't consider the Christmas story without remembering the true Light that invade…
 
Today's guest is a founding member of the band Grammatrain, releasing a half dozen albums in the 1990s. He has also played drums as part of the bands Bloodgood, One Bad Pig, and Gideon's Press, to name a few. Paul Roraback is a drum monster. You've got to take a look at his drumkit on YouTube! It's pretty incredible. During the past decade, Paul ha…
 
Many of the details of Christmas get embellished, altered, or even left out of our traditional scenes, songs, and readings. Keith and Kristyn Getty, along with Ellie Holcomb, sing a song, "Elizabeth," that inspired me to dive into the details of her life. You won't want to miss what Elizabeth's story has to teach us. In this episode, I discuss: Tak…
 
My guest today is quite the renaissance man. He is an author of several books, a speaker and coach, helping artists and pastors do what they do better. He is the host of the popular @ SEA podcast. And he’s also released more than 15 albums and EPs. And today, we get to hear the heart of Justin McRoberts. Justin McRoberts: Website, Facebook, Instagr…
 
We have felt needs and "real" needs. God cares about them both, but He prioritizes real needs. Brandon Heath sings about both in his song, "We Need Emmanuel." Our real need stems from our separation from God, but our felt needs are addressed through His ongoing presence in our lives. Join me as we see why the fulfillment of the prophecy promising "…
 
I first heard today’s guest when I played his 1986 album Shine On Me at a radio station in Boise, Idaho. As the Christian Music Archive has grown, so has the number of Steve Amerson’s albums. To date, the archive shows 18 records, and I’ve just learned about a couple more! Steve has also lent his voice to several blockbuster movies and regularly pa…
 
Is there room for rejoicing in the midst of fear? Charles Spurgeon writes, "Fear, without joy, is torment; and joy, without holy fear, would be presumption." Using Andrew Ripp's song "Rejoice" we explore a variety of responses (one of which is rejoicing) to the miracle of our risen Savior. Come with me to an open tomb with a lightning-bright angel …
 
For the first time in the history of this podcast, my guest today is not a musician listed on the pages of the Christian Music Archive. I know that you’ve come to expect great interviews with the musicians you love, but I promise, this episode is still worth listening to. Today, I’m interviewing Marshall Terrill, the author of the brand new book Th…
 
Does the idea of trembling before the Lord inspire you or make you feel uncomfortable? Lauren Daigle's song "Tremble" inspired me to explore where people are described as trembling before the Lord. Spoiler alert: It should inspire you. Join me as we examine a couple of places in Scripture where we see why and how we should tremble before the Lord. …
 
Today I welcome Moriah Smallbone to the podcast. Moriah has just released her third solo project, an EP entitled, Live from the Quarry, an album she wrote, performed, and produced. She is also an actress and podcast host with her husband, Joel. Moriah and I chat about the importance of using our gifts and experiences and relying on God to use them …
 
I know sometimes it's easy to think the division of our day has never happened before. As Ecclesiastes teaches us, "There is nothing new under the sun." Mike Donehey sings about being "All Together" in his new song. I want to explore what we can learn from a church family who DIDN'T have it all together and what they were taught to overcome the div…
 
Today we welcome The Erwins to the podcast, Keith, Kody, Kris, and Katie are siblings who have been singing together since they traveled with their father who is an evangelist. This Southern Gospel family is signed to Stowtown records and this past year won a Dove award and earned a Grammy nomination. I’m looking forward to getting to know more abo…
 
When an obscure passage is brought to light in the lyrics of a song, it gives us an excellent reason to engage in areas of Scripture we may have overlooked for a while. Elevation Worship's song "RATTLE!" refers to the bones of a prophet whose life is worth exploring. Join me in looking into the life and miracles of the prophet Elisha inspired by ou…
 
Do you want to come out on the bright side in conflicts, live in the courageous state of God's power, and see souls in darkness stepping into the light because of your combats? Preacher and artist Classical MG will in this episode inspire you on how to attack, rescue, and win in the spiritual battles of your ministry by illuminating... -His 5 step …
 
If you are a fan of the band Whitecross, my guest today needs no introduction. Michael Feighan's high-profile career began when he joined the metal band Whitecross. He was eventually ranked as one of the top 10 drummers in Christian music, which resulted in him playing drums for a lot of different artists. But now, he is stepping out from behind th…
 
Our God is a God who celebrates milestones. This week is a significant milestone for the podcast, and the song "In Christ Alone" celebrates an anniversary, too! Let's celebrate by digging into God's Word! When was the last time you let your curiosity lead you down a path that led to greater insight? Let's explore Scripture together. In this episode…
 
I'm honored to welcome John J. Thompson to the podcast. John is the founder and curator of True Tunes and host of the new True Tunes Podcast. He is also a music industry veteran, musician, publishing executive, author, promoter, retailer, pastor… well, he's worn a lot of hats over the years. He is a major music fan and has a desire to see all of us…
 
God calls us into His story through Christ. But before we place ourselves in the middle of His story, we need to remember the Bible is God's grand story of redemption through His Son, Jesus Christ. Olivia Lane's new song "Woman At The Well" inspires us to explore a story in John 4 afresh. Join me as we study this story in context and learn more abo…
 
Listen to 1 hour of Christian songs on-demand from Songs of Hope program on 24Oct21. It is the second hour of Songs of Hope. Host is Annie. Click to listen below. https://songsofhope883.files.wordpress.com/2021/10/2021-10-24-sun_0800-0900.mp3โดย Songs of Hope
 
This morning on Songs of Hope we had a song sung by our presenter Annie Morison. She sings her own composition “Shine”. Annie lives in Melbourne, Australia https://songsofhope883.files.wordpress.com/2021/10/2021-10-24-a-morison-shine.mp3โดย Songs of Hope
 
One of the things that stood out to me when I first discovered Glenn Kaiser was that he put his money where his mouth was. The Resurrection Band not only sang about real-life struggles, like poverty, divorce, and racism, but they lived their lives by putting their thoughts into action. Glenn and his wife Wendi started Jesus People USA in Chicago to…
 
I miss the wonders of God all the time. I tend to be so self-involved that I fail to look up and behold the majesty of the One who loves me so much He redeemed me. "I Stand In Awe" by Christ Tomlin and Nicole Serrano inspires me to consider God in all his glory and discover more about Him in Scripture. We're back in Psalm 33 this week to examine ou…
 
It is an honor to welcome Larnelle Harris to the podcast. Larnelle has one of the biggest voices in Gospel music and has been singing for nearly 50 years. He’s released 24 albums, been awarded 5 Grammy Awards, 11 Dove Awards, and numerous hall of fame inductions. Larnelle shares stories about digging wells in Malawi and singing in the Kremlin, usin…
 
Trust is not always an easy thing to do. Sometimes we wrongly assign character to someone because of the actions of another. It would be a shame to assign character to God based on our interactions with people. In their song, "I Will Trust My Saviour Jesus," City Alight reminds us of many reasons we can and should trust Him. The psalms teach us muc…
 
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