#HymnFridays: He Will Hold Me Fast

This week’s hymn comes from Keith and Krysten Getty (Arranged my Matt Merker) I mentioned it in last week’s post, and it’s been an encouraging hymn for me. Here is a quote from one of the “writers” on the inspiration behind bring the hymn back to life: “From Matt Merker: A member of our church…

#ReflectionMondays: When you feel like your faith is failing.

“almost every Christian at some point has struggled with the idea of our faith failing us, especially in recent times where many people we look up to have denounced the faith. Sometimes even the battle against sin and flesh seems so big that we can’t possibly ever see ourselves coming out as conquers. ” Read More at iamnotagoddess.wordpress.com

#ReflectionMondays: Why Make Hymns Great Again?

If you are around young people, you should know by now that hymns are not as popular as they once were. I used to be one of those who found hymns “boring” and not “feeling” them, over time a lot has changed and I have come to love hymns and I wish more people sang…

#HymnFridays

Welcome to the first edition of #HymnFridays!!! Today’s hymn is an old hymn that was written in the 1930s by a missionary to China called Frank Houghton. He originally wrote it as  a call to bring 200 more missionaries to China. Modern hymn writer Keith Getty (known for songs like in Christ Alone) has dubbed…