Songs We Sing (01.21.2018)

When we sing together, we are corporately singing the praises of our God. It’s a participatory activity. This “Songs We Sing” post is a weekly effort to help us better learn the songs we are singing — as well as to gather some small insight into what we are singing. See the Spotify playlist below — updated weekly — to hear songs for this week. 



For the services of January 21, 2018, Redemption bands We Come Alive (in Jasper) and Day 41 (in Loogootee) will lead music and we will sing:



Written by Elisha Albright Hoffman and John Hart Stockton, 1878. This song is also known as “Down At The Cross.” “Come to this fountain so rich and sweet/Cast thy poor soul at the Savior’s feet/Plunge in today and be made complete/Glory to His Name!”



Words written by Julia H. Johnston (1911) and music by Daniel B. Towner (1910). Ephesians 2:8 says, “for it is by grace you have been saved … .” This song is a great reflection on God’s grace. “Dark is the stain that we cannot hide. What can avail to wash it away? Look! There is flowing a crimson tide. Whiter than snow you may be today.”



Written by Horatio G. Spafford, 1873 (Music by Philip Bliss, 1876). This hymn has a great/horrific story behind it. If you’ve never read it, check it out.



Written by Daniel Ross and Andrew Kieffner; 2016. A song about God’s goodness and strength inspired by Psalm 145, this also serves as a reminder that God is near and we can trust Him and His glory will never fade. Buy “Never Ending” by Redemption Christian Church (feat. We Come Alive) on iTunes.



Written by Elisha A. Hoffman, 1887. Music by Anthony J. Showalter. “What have I to dread/What have I to fear/Leaning on the everlasting arms.”


Want more music?

Class: Set Free By Grace (Loogootee Campus)

What is grace? What does it mean to be saved through Jesus? How am I saved? Can I truly be set free from the shackles of sin and guilt? Is my salvation secure for eternity? How will grace change me?

In the class, Set Free By Grace, Redemption Loogootee Campus Minister Richard Crabtree will point us toward a deeper understanding of God’s love, a  deeper understanding of what it means to be saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, and, ultimately, deeper joy in our worship of Him.

The class will meet on Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m. beginning February 11. Child care is available. The class will meet for 14 sessions with a few breaks.


Starting Point: Partnership Starts Here

Partnership starts here. Want to make Redemption your church home? New to Redemption? You need to take Starting Point. This class will help you learn and understand more about Redemption, what we believe, and why we do what we do.

Join us for this three-week class on Sunday, Feb. 11, 18, and 25 at 10:30 a.m. (on the Jasper Campus) or 10:45 a.m. (on the Loogootee Campus).


Jasper Campus


Loogootee Campus


What’s Up, Redemption? (Episode 01 – Pilot)


We are going to try something new. Here is Episode 01 of our new show, What’s Up, Redemption?. In this pilot episode, Drew Thurman answers many FAQs about his future church plant in Boston.

Page 1 of 4512345...102030...Last »