Dennis and Nolene Prince are the founders of Resource Christian Music, responsible for producing praise and worship resources in Australia since 1981. They also co-founded the Christian Resource Centre (now known as Kingston City Church) in Heatherton, Melbourne where they both attend. As pastors in the church, they assist the present Senior Pastor Danny Parker. Among its many activities the church has a School of several hundred students and a significant ministry of providing food and other resources to needy people.
Dennis became a Christian during the final year of a Civil Engineering degree at Melbourne University. Prior to launching Kingston City Church in 1976 Dennis was a lecturer in Civil Engineering at the Gordon Institute of Technology in Geelong, Victoria, now Deakin University.
After publishing over 1000 songs over several decades, Dennis developed a passion to see sound theology in song lyrics and released a book on the subject: “Worship is a Bowl of Noodles, or What Would Jesus Sing?”
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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.
In the fourth and final week of advent, we focus on the theme of joy. The joy of a mother, the joy that filled the angels with song, the joy of salvation. These Christmas worship songs with the theme of joy are perfect for this week of advent. Find more themes on hope, peace, and love.
The second week of advent focuses on peace. The peace that the birth of Christ brings over our circumstances, our desires, and our futures. Here is a list of Christmas worship songs with the theme of peace for the second week of advent. Find more themes on hope, peace, and joy.