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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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As believers, our position in Christ and the family of God changes everything. We have been transformed; who we were before is not who we are now. But did you know what we will be is not who we are now? I was inspired by Ben Fuller's song "Who I Am" to study what Scripture says is the evidence and responsibility of a child of God. Join me as we plu…
 
In his song "Good Lord," David Leonard sings about looking back to see all that God has done, which provides the foundation for his declaration about the goodness of God. This is a celebrated practice throughout Scripture. This week we soak in a Psalm of Remembrance and learn the value of remembering and rehearsing the goodness of God. In this epis…
 
There is comfort and conviction in the idea that we are perfectly loved by God. We can learn about God's perfect love in Scripture and then use Rachael Lampa's song "Perfectly Loved" to remind us of what we've studied. Let's contemplate this area of Scripture together using a meditative practice. In this episode, I discuss the following: Taking a B…
 
One of the main reasons listeners give for not reading the Bible for themselves is distraction. I'm right there with you. I can't tell you the number of times I pick up my phone to do something, and my notifications send me off on the trail of distraction that leads to forgetting what I wanted to do on my phone in the first place. Sean Curran's son…
 
It's a new year, and God longs for you to sit with Him in His Word. He wants to reveal Himself to you. He wants to unveil the mystery of His plan for His chosen people. God wants you to desire Him above all else. And He wants you to look like Him. This week we'll fill your toolbox with Bible Interaction Tool Exercises you can put into practice this…
 
On Christmas Day last Sunday we broadcast for the first time a new song by Canadian Phil Craig. His song was entitled “Jesus has conquered”. Phil listened in live and we have included his testimony in the podcast below. Phil’s music website is https://www.philcraigmusic.com/โดย Songs of Hope
 
Listen again to a new Australian Christmas carol we put to air on Christmas Day on Songs of Hope. Its title is “A New Born King” and the composer and performer is Rev Fr Mark Baumgarten of Perth, Western Australia.โดย Songs of Hope
 
On Christmas Day on Songs of Hope we played a new Christmas Carol performed by the Sydney Boys Choir. The name of the carol is “My Hometown”. The carol was composed by Finn Twist. Listen to the segment podcast below:โดย Songs of Hope
 
Reading familiar Scriptures from a fresh perspective helps God's Word come alive for me. Katy Nichole's Christmas song "O What A King" is sung from Mary's perspective and caused me to revisit the details of Christ's birth with her in mind. Let's read these familiar passages together again with a new emphasis. In this episode, I discuss the followin…
 
During the Christmas season, it's easy to think the story of Christ begins at His birth. The truth is that Jesus is eternal, and His role in humanity and creation is worth meditating on. Michael W. Smith's song "God With God" provides a perfect roadmap to interact with God's Word this week. Let's consider what Scripture teaches us about Christ's ro…
 
There is such a sense of expectancy in the Christmas season. We hope our gifts for others are “just right,” we hope everyone gets along at our various gatherings, we hope to make lasting and meaningful memories, and sometimes we hope for that perfect gift. Before Jesus came the first time, all of creation hoped for God to send the One that would re…
 
There is a long-held practice in teaching biblical theology. It uses questions and answers to help the student remember the foundations of their faith. Shane & Shane sing a traditional Christmas hymn that asks and answers an important question, "What Child Is This?" Many people in the life of Jesus asked this question (or something similar to it), …
 
Have you ever experienced deep darkness? I'm talking about the kind of darkness that envelops you so tightly it affects your breathing. That only begins to scratch the surface of the depth of darkness we are in without the light of Christ. In their song "Then Christ Came," MercyMe sings of that light and how He took our sins away. I took on the fir…
 
The New Testament is filled with moments when Jesus moved, and the people missed it. The religious leaders missed it, the crowds missed it, and even Christ's disciples missed it. Matt Maher sings of wanting to experience a move of Jesus in his song "In The Room." I, too, want to be in the room when He moves. Come along with me this week as we immer…
 
The original creation had a purpose that was marred and derailed by sin. Scripture teaches in Christ, we are a new creation. Mac Powell sings of it in his song, "New Creation." It's the perfect song to launch into God's Word to learn all we can about what it means to be a new creation. Did you know there are only two places in the New Testament whe…
 
When Ben Fuller sings, "Making my Father proud looks a whole lot different now" in his new song "Proud," he is ripping pages out of my story and laying them bare. I spent a lot of energy trying to please earthly men. What I really want to know is how to please my Heavenly Father. Join me as we dive into a few ways we can please God. The question is…
 
In this episode, I have the privilege of hosting Ben Fuller to talk about his new song "Proud," his faith and music story, his favorite Scriptures, and a habit that keeps his time in God's Word fresh. Connect with Ben Fuller Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bendfullermusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bendfuller Website: https://www.benfu…
 
There's a phrase in the lyrics of Phil Wickham's song "Hymn Of Heaven" that comes directly from Revelation -- "death will be no more." There are many things we don't know about the new heavens and the new earth, but we know death will be eliminated. What a profound thought. What else might Scripture tell us about the new heaven and the new earth? L…
 
Every time they turned around, Jesus confounded the religious elite. They thought they knew how a man of God should act, especially with whom he should associate. It's surprising how God shows up in the narratives of Scripture. In Katy Nichole and Big Daddy Weave's song "God Is In This Story," we are reminded that he also shows up in the broken sto…
 
Did you notice Him there? God keeps showing up even in the most tragic of circumstances. As Toby Mac and Blessing Offor sing, He truly is "The Goodness" in our lives. His goodness is so profound, however, that the Hebrew word for it is difficult to translate. We'll look at the Hebrew word checed within a Psalm this week. We'll see how God's goodnes…
 
It's a valid question -- the question Tasha Layton raises in her song "How Far." Is there something we can do, somewhere we can go, that can outrun God's love for us? Her answer? "However far away I am from home, that's how far Your love will go." God's grace pursuing us is consistent with the entire story of Scripture. The reason we can sing along…
 
What in your life do you take for granted? I have a reliable car, so I pretty much take for granted that it will start when I need it to. If nothing else, you probably expected that chair you just sat in to hold you up. What about God? This week we’ll use Chris Tomlin’s song ”Always” to meditate on an importan attribute of God we may not think abou…
 
When starting something new, I tend to have two responses. Either I give myself the grace to learn and grow, or I let my past failures dictate my future. I realize the latter is unhealthy. I'm just trying to keep it real. This week I used Jeremy Camp's song "Getting Started" to inspire me to explore the Apostle Paul's handling of the past. Join me …
 
Sometimes Christians say things that are meant to be a comfort to others but aren't theologically sound. Shocking, I know. Some of my favorite videos to watch are when the guest has to guess if it's something that comes from the Bible or a quote. Today on the podcast, we prove the comforting ideas found in Matthew West's song "Me On Your Mind" come…
 
The rule and reign of Christ will never end. Local Sound sings about this when they declare the faithfulness of our "King through all the ages" in their song "Time And Time Again." Explore Scripture with me this week as learn more about our King of the Ages. In this week's episode, I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible I…
 
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