Posts Tagged ‘Hillsong Worship’

Can Hillsong Worship Guess These Worship Stances?

We were inspired by Tim Hawkins’ types of hand raising in church and decided to put Hillsong Worship to the test with a little game of “Worship Charades.” We also talked with Ben and Brooke about their new album, how spending time in Scripture influences their songs, and their personal worship playlists. … Continue reading

5 Worship Songs to Take You Deeper

Worship is powerful. It can pull us out of deep dispair or heighten our joy in times of celebration! But most of all it draws us closer to our Father. “The gift of language combined with the gift of song was given to man that he should proclaim the Word of God through music.”—Martin Luther No Longer Slaves – Bethel Music Galatians 4:5-7 (NLT) 5God sent him to buy freedom for us who were slaves… … Continue reading

Hillsong Worship Shares Why Worship Music Should Be Taken Seriously

Brooke Ligertwood and Ben Fielding from Hillsong Worship join me on Episode 35 of the More Than The Music Podcast to tell the stories behind their album, “Let There Be Light,” and why worship music should be taken seriously. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Brooke and Ben share the strenuous process that each song goes through before it’s ever sung. It’s costly. We don’t just kinda sit around going, “Oh,… … Continue reading

Why is the Phrase “Let There Be Light” so Important to Hillsong?

This song isn’t about wanting God to win. Because He already has. That’s the heartbeat of “Let There Be Light.” The new song from Hillsong Worship. Check out this lovely acoustic performance and interview with the songwriters, including Joel Houston.   Here’s what Joel was thinking about when asked to help write the song “Let There Be Light:” “If we could just understand that… God is – He is light. In John 1… It talks… … Continue reading

Will You Like the New Hillsong Worship Album?

Hillsong United has brought us many favorite songs like “Oceans” and  “Touch the Sky,” but they’re more than just one band. They have a ministry branching out to many parts of the world, a huge variety of musicians, churches, and all kinds of music centered around worshipping God. Ben Fielding is one of the branches of the Hillsong movement. He’s a worship pastor at Hillsong Church who has written many of the songs you probably love… … Continue reading