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Audio from “Read, Pray, Sing”

ReadPraySing_header-400We had a blessed time at our conference, “Read, Pray, Sing: The Psalms as an Entryway to the Scriptures.” One of my favorite comments was from a man who said he and his wife had been attending conferences for 35 years, and this one was “the most reviving to our souls of any we have attended.”

I am excited to post that the audio is now available from our sessions. All the plenary sessions and most of the breakout sessions are available (we had technical difficulties with the recording of a few sessions). By common assent, one of the most powerful parts of the event was the Psalmfest, where we had the opportunity to put into practice what we talked about, singing the Psalms corporately. I am glad that we have audio of that portion as well.

Here is what is available in audio:

Ray Van Neste- Theme Interpretation, “Read, Pray, Sing: The Psalms as an Entryway to the Scriptures”

Chris Mathews, leading, Psalmfest

Plenary Sessions:

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

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

Breakout sessions:

Heath Thomas, The Magnificent 7: Seven Ways of Reading (or Misreading) Scripture 

Andy Davis, The Bible Comes to Life: How Scripture Memory Transforms One’s Life

Harry Lee Poe, “C.S. Lewis on the Psalms

Paul Jackson, Don’t Miss the Forest for the Trees

Kevin Chen, God as a Poet: The Poetry of the Psalms

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