Ambrose brought the singing of hymns to congregational worship and established what became the foundation of Ambrosian Chant. Hymns like “O Splendor of God’s Glory Bright” and “Come, Thou, Redeemer of the Earth” have instructed countless churches throughout the centuries.

Recent Articles

Greg Wilbur
December 07, 2017
Joe Thorn
November 30, 2017
Nick Batzig
November 21, 2017
Megan Hill
November 17, 2017
Tommy Keene
November 13, 2017

Featured Articles

The Father of Hymnody

Greg Wilbur • December 07, 2017

Sip It, Don't Dip It

Joe Thorn • November 30, 2017

6 Ways to Redeem Thanksgiving

Nick Batzig • November 21, 2017

Sundays are for Babies

Megan Hill • November 17, 2017

Reading the Bible: Ordinary Reading (Part 1)

Tommy Keene • November 13, 2017

Seen & Heard

Theological Roots and Moral Fruits of Reformation

We rightly accent to the doctrinal elements of the Reformation, but it began as a moral movement and retained a moral flavor.

Continue reading...