Playlist · by danielvojta
worship prayer music
10 episodes, 4 hours 22 mins
046: Deep & Wide: How You Can Build God's Kingdom God's Way
In our lives, we have this tendency to create tour own personal Tower of Babels. When we do that, we reveal the rebellion that existed thousands of years ago in the hearts of those who erected the first Tower of Babel. We get a new job and build our...
Episode 902 Again With The Amy Grant Incident
Sin Hurts People, Prayer Requests, Breaking Animal News, Funny Jokes, Shock Jock, Brain-Swarming, Having the Answers, The People Annoyed by Jesus, Men as Protectors, Listener Uniforms, Heavenly Reunions;
A Lenten Celebration, 2019
We are marking the mid-point of Lent with a special feature episode. You’ll hear a range of great seasonal music from a variety of composers arranged around the final three Gospel readings for Lent, the “Scrutiny Gospels.” These readings are shared with us by composers Meredith Augustin, Ian Callanan, and Luke Rosen. We hope that this presentation will help you in your own preparations for the celebration of Easter. So, please open your hymnals!
"Defender" by Francesca Battistelli
God is our Defender. It is important to remember that the next time you feel the need to defend yourself. Psalm 18 says God's gift of salvation to us is our shield. So why do I think my words are my shield? Or my silence? Or any effort on my part? Francesca Battistelli's song "Defender" leads us to Scripture and to considering this and other characteristics of God. I suppose the question is now, "What how will we respond in the future now that we know the truth?"
Introduction to Gregorian Chant – with Dr William Mahrt
In our fourth episode, we are joined by Professor William Mahrt of Stanford University who gives an introduction to the history, music, liturgical role, and spiritual value of Gregorian chant. Dr Mahrt is the president of the Church Music Association of America (the CMAA), and the editor of Sacred Music, the journal of the CMAA. He’s a respected scholar of Gregorian chant and Renaissance polyphony who’s published numerous articles. Professor Mahrt is a man who loves the sacred liturgy and its music.
Sister Chanelle Sings A Song
In this episode you’ll hear from Sister Chanelle. If you’ve ever had the opportunity to stay at the Inn at St. Gertrude’s you probably met Sr Chanelle there. Our conversation ranged widely and this episode is a few minutes from that conversation that I hope is as moving to you as it was to me. I don’t want to give away too much, so I’m going to let this episode just speak for itself.
Sister Mary Forman: Monastery Prioress
In this first episode of this 4-part series, we’re going to hear from Sister Mary Forman, the current prioress of the Monastery. One of the things I was very curious about was how does someone become the prioress. I didn’t know if there were elections or appointments, or what it means to be prioress. Sister Mary gave me, and hopefully you too, some great insights into how she found herself in that role and how her relationship to the community and her educational history has helped her to be successful.
Episode 022 - Extra Large Prayer Concern Edition
You asked for it...and you got it. An episode of nothing but prayer concerns! We went back into the vault and pulled some of our favorite prayer concerns for your auditory satisfaction. Be looking out for our next episode where we will interview Sandi Patty!
Episode 021 - In Ear Mixes, and Songwriting with Mia Fieldes
Get your oven mits cause a fresh episode of the Worship Leader Probs Podcast is ready to come out da oven. In this episode, the guys finish their conversation with Mia Fieldes and take a deep dive into songwriting and discuss in ear mix fundamentals. Per usual, they also honor their MVPs and read some prayer concerns. Episode Breakdown: Intro - 23s MVPs - 6m 32s Prayer Concerns - 10m 22s Sliding into DMs - 13m 16s Mia Fieldes - 26m 03s
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