Author(s): Philip Percival
On its own‚ singing can never satisfy those desires that only true worship can. However, singing is the language of our affections. And it is used by God to plant the word of Christ in the hearts of those who long to be touched, filled and changed by his perfect love. In Then Sings My Soul, Philip Percival takes us to the Bible to rediscover what it is that God has revealed about singing for his people, and encourages us to recapture the fullness of his design. He also provides plenty of practical advice about leading music in your church. Whether you are a pastor, a musician or just someone who takes music seriously, this book will equip you to reignite a passion for singing together in response to God’s amazing redemption of his people.
Philip Percival is a graduate of Moore College and has been directing music in churches small and large, rural and urban, for many years; most recently at St Ebbe’s in Oxford. He helped found Emu Music - a ministry that aims to inspire and train church musicians in their service of Jesus. He also writes songs, and is perhaps best known for the music for 'Consider Christ' and 'Never Alone'.