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“Read, Pray, Sing” Update

We are now just about a week away from our conference, “Read, Pray, Sing: The Psalms as an Entryway to the Scriptures”, and things are coming together. There is still some space to get in on the special offers for the first 100 registrants:

a free copy of B&H’s bible software, WORDSearch,

and a free copy of one of the following books:

Forgotten Songs: Reclaiming the Psalms for Christian Worship, ed. Wells & Van Neste

The Psalter Reclaimed: Praying & Praising with the Psalms, Gordon Wenham

Psalms: The Prayer Book of the Bible, Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Prayers from the Psalms: From the Scottish Psalter of 1595, ed. David Calhoun

We are especially grateful to the generous donations from B&H Academic and Crossway Books.


Also, we have just updated the conference website so that it includes the titles for the plenary addresses as well as titles and summaries for all the breakout sessions. Our plenary addresses will be:

Andy Davis – “The Sufferings of Christ and the Subsequent Glories in the Psalms”

Heath Thomas – “God, Israel, and the Nations: Praising God and His Salvation in Psalm 117”


Then the titles for the breakout sessions are as follows:

Andy Davis — “The Bible Comes to Life: How Scripture Memory Transforms One’s Life”
Heath Thomas — “The Magnificent 7: Seven Ways of Reading (or Misreading) Scripture”

Kevin Chen – “God as a Poet: The Poetry of the Psalms”

Mark Dubis – “Ancient Backgrounds in Bible Study” 
George Guthrie – “Hearing the Psalms: Reading with Head and Heart”
Paul Jackson – “Don’t Miss the Forest for the Trees”
Harry Lee Poe – “C.S. Lewis on the Psalms”
Ray Van Neste – “Singing & Praying the Psalms at Home”
Scott Winter (B&H Academic)- “Inductive Bible Study using WORDsearch Bible Software”


Come join us!

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