This year, PraiseCharts is sponsoring the entire Getty Sing! Conference Live Stream, with an expected worldwide audience of more than 100,000 viewers. If you want to share the conference experience with friends back home, make sure they tune in at http://live.gettymusic.com.
In my mind Rom 12:1-15:7 is not a convenient abstract of Pauline ethics and church life, it is rather, a vision for how the Roman house churches can indigenize the Pauline evangelical vision in Rome as it relates to relationships within the community and outside the community, in the seat of
Today PraiseCharts.com provides chord charts, lead sheets, full orchestrations, multitracks and much more to individuals and churches all over the world. Ever wonder how it all got started? PraiseCharts founder Ryan Dahl reminisces about the early days that inspired the beginning of
PraiseCharts began in the heart of a worship leader with a desire to serve other worship leaders all over the world. In this short video, Ryan Dahl (PraiseCharts founder) recalls a special season in the history of the business. Back in 2004, Ryan set out on a seven-month journey traveling from
Duke Divinity School hosted a retirement lecture April 30 by Dr. Joel Marcus, professor of New Testament and Christian Origins. The lecture was titled “Thoughts on the Parting of the Ways Between Judaism and Christianity.” It includes some great autobiographical remarks by Marcus and a very
We are so excited to be a part of the Getty Sing! Conference in Nashville next week. Ryan Dahl (founder of PraiseCharts) will be there with his team to make it an unforgettable experience together. Are you ready for this? Massive Cornhole Tournament – By special request from the Gettys,
Are you ready for one of the biggest Cornhole Tournaments in the world? PraiseCharts is inviting you to join us on Monday night for an unforgettable experience. Don’t worry, we’re going to help you get ready so that you can qualify for the final playoffs on Wednesday morning.
If you are going to win the PraiseCharts cornhole tournament at the Getty Sing! Conference, you need to know how to score. Here is a video by Ryan Dahl (founder of PraiseCharts) about scoring a game of cornhole. Make sure that before you come on Monday night, you watch this video so that you
We want to make sure you come to the PraiseCharts cornhole tournament fully prepared. Here is an instructions sheet with all the details fully laid out. At any time, you can review our previous videos at www.praisecharts.com/cornhole. Don’t forget to come and visit us at our booth,
The Getty Sing! Conference is finally here. We have traveled all the way from beautiful British Columbia (Canada) to be with you for an unforgettable three days. Cornhole is sure to be a highlight, but there is so much more behind the heart of PraiseCharts. We prepared a special 30-second video
Posted on August 12, 2019 PraiseCharts produces a wide variety of sheet music and tracks that are written to match the unique arrangements of the original recordings. Select resources from 20 songs featured at the Getty Sing! Conference are available now for free download. Visit
Posted on August 12, 2019 We’ve put together a special collection of music from the 2019 Getty Sing! Conference. Each of these 20 songs include select resources that you can download for free. Visit www.praisecharts.com/sing today to claim this limited time offer! Category: Sing
Tremper Longman III Genesis The Story of God Bible Commentary, Zondervan 2016.Available at Zondervan. By Jill Firth The Story of God Bible Commentary has a “story-centric” approach which locates the biblical text within the whole sweep of the biblical narrative. The series firstly
We are bringing one of the largest cornhole tournaments in the world to the Getty Sing! Conference. It all takes place on Monday night with up to 1000 people spread over two back-to-back sessions. If you are registered, make sure you read everything below so that you come prepared. 1.
In partnership with Nijay Gupta, I have finished writing a commentary on Philippians for the NCBC series (ed. BW3). Coming Soon!!! Here are the basics of what I’ve learned and what surprised me: I’m pretty certain it was written in Ephesus not Rome. I can’t get into the compilation theory, I
I’m continuing my Mondays with Moo series, but now adding Scot McKnight’s Reading Romans Backwards because it just arrived! Interestingly, Moo continued to argue the view that justification to the doers of the law is hypothetical (2:13), he sees no Gentile Christians (2:14-15) except