Brad is one of the lead arrangers and editors on the PraiseCharts team. He also serves as Worship Associate at First Baptist Church of Tulsa, Oklahoma where his primary responsibilities are instrumental music as well as arranging and writing for the worship ministry. Henderson's undergraduate degree is in Instrumental Music Education from Northeastern State University and his Masters from the University of Arkansas is in composition. Brad also finds time to manage a busy recording studio, which cuts into his hobbies of fly fishing and sailing.
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Here are the best patriotic worship songs for Independence Day this year - songs that remind us of our earthly blessings such as our freedoms, and songs that call us to gratitude to our God who, in His great mercy, has given us more than what we could ever deserve. Whether your church or chapel service is outside or inside, download the chord charts, piano sheets, lyrics, vocal sheets, choral arrangements, orchestrations, patches, and multitracks, to best serve your worship ministry for Independence Day.
This is as up-to-date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race. Listen on Spotify.
The Holy Spirit is God with us — today, here and now. Through the Holy Spirit, we have the presence of God. He is our Counselor who comforts and convicts. Through the Holy Spirit, God is mighty and powerful, but He is also soft and subtle. He whispers truth that is timely and personal, while at the same time eternal. These are the songs that teach about the Holy Spirit and invite God to move among us with His presence.
These chord charts are all brand new. Each of these songs or arrangements were released within the past twenty-eight days. Browse through this list of top new chord charts to see what is catching on at PraiseCharts right now. Check back regularly because this list is updated daily.
Sadness, frustration and anger are emotions not often embraced as inevitable parts of life—or of our spiritual journey. What do you do when you find yourself in a season of lament? There is good news that most of us know but few choose to embrace: lament is a necessary and healthy spiritual condition, an exercise of faith that can lead to eventual joy and peace that words fail to capture. Lament. This long expression of deep pain or sorrow isn't a sign of a *lack* of faith or spiritual weakness. It's a soul-strengthening exercise.