Why do we sing? It seems like a funny question – in our churches, it’s just what we do, every Sunday morning. But really, why do we sing? Furthermore, what does our singing say about our view of God? How does it reflect our relationship with the Lord and with each other as believers? What is the importance of congregational singing?
Keith and Kristyn Getty, modern-day hymn-writers, have teamed up with an amazing list of speakers and musicians to answer these questions and more. If you’ve heard any of the Getty’s music, you probably know the wonderful depth it has both theologically and musically. This coming week in Nashville, more than 4,000 believers from over 16 countries will be gathering for the very first Getty Music Worship Conference: Sing! Now, however, you can join them through the free, live simulcast they are offering, September 18-20! RSVP now and receive a free songbook download with 25 of Keith and Kristyn’s songs.
I know this is a late notice, but I didn’t find out about it until yesterday and was unable to post anything until now. However, you can still get the entire conference on demand because they are also making available all 70 hours available by purchasing a LifeWay Digital Pass as an individual or with a group rate here.
So, what are you waiting for? While you’re there, check out the Getty’s new book titled “Sing!” (If you order through the link, you get a really great discount.)