Women’s Bible Studies

Jasper Campus

Tuesday Mornings: 9:30 a.m., upstairs in Room 202 at Redemption’s Jasper Campus. Open to all ladies. For further information, e-mail Cindi Ortega or call her at 630-926-5784. You can also e-mail Sandie Heatherington or call her at 765-469-2618.

New Study Begins Feb. 20: No Other Gods by Kelly Minter.

 

Wednesday Evenings: Meeting at 6:15 each Wednesday. Room 202. Open to all ladies.

 
No registration required, just show up.
 

Loogootee Campus

Tuesday Evenings: 6:30 p.m., in the Redemption Loogootee Campus café area. For more information, call Janice Henning at 812-486-9869.

 

Songs We Sing (02.11.2018)

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 February 11, 2018, Redemption bands We Come Alive (in Jasper) and Day 41 (in Loogootee) will lead music and we will sing:

 

IT IS FINISHED

Written by Brian Eichelberger and Dustin Kensrue; 2013. The song takes the words of Jesus on the cross and turns them into a victory cry for the people He has redeemed through His work on the cross of Calvary. Jesus has finished the work of our salvation, there’s no deeds we can do to accomplish it and, as the lyrics say, “there’s no rite nor magic words.” He has done it for us. This is fantastic news.

 

O PRAISE THE NAME (ANÁSTASIS)

Written by Benjamin Hastings, Dean Ussher, Marty Sampson, 2015. Focusing on the crucifixion, resurrection, and Second Coming of Christ, this song’s chorus is a response of joy and praise to great news of the gospel.

 

IN CHRIST ALONE

Written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend; 2001. This is a modern hymn (meaning, it’s written in the classic hymn format) that has also become a modern classic in the church. It’s the complete gospel in four verses and is a great, great song.

 

REDEMPTION

Written by John R. Cash, 1993. This song originally appeared on Johnny Cash’s very excellent American Recordings album. Great words about the death of Jesus and the life He gives.

 

ADOPTION

Written by Cam Huxford IV and Ghost Ship, 2015. Ephesians 1:5-6 says, “God decided in advance to adopt us into his own family by bringing us to himself through Jesus Christ. This is what he wanted to do, and it gave him great pleasure. So we praise God for the glorious grace he has poured out on us who belong to his dear Son.” Solid lyrics reflecting on what God has given us by adopting us as His own.

 

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Songs We Sing (02.04.2018)

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 February 4, 2018, Redemption bands Always At The Ready (in Jasper) and Into The Fire (in Loogootee) will lead music and we will sing:

 

YOU ARE MY VISION

Written by Eleanor Henrietta Hull, Mary Elizabeth Byrne, Rend Collective; 1919, 2011. This is a modern rendition of the hymn “Be Thou My Vision.” The lyrics of the first verse set the tone for what we are singing: “You are my vision/O King of my heart/Nothing else satisfies only You Lord.” This is truth.

 

O PRAISE THE NAME (ANÁSTASIS)

Written by Benjamin Hastings, Dean Ussher, Marty Sampson, 2015. Focusing on the crucifixion, resurrection, and Second Coming of Christ, this song’s chorus is a response of joy and praise to great news of the gospel.

 

JESUS PAID IT ALL

Written by Elvina M. Hall, 1865. We can do nothing to earn our favor with God. Only Christ’s blood makes us holy. Not our good works, not any action we take — ONLY Christ’s blood.

 

OH MY GOD

Written by Daniel Ross, Bob Foote; 2014. This original Redemption song is centered on the fact that the Gospel is deep and unfathomable, yet still simple and easy enough for a child to understand. It inspires reverence toward God, where we can simply say “oh my God, what a wonderous love/That You would show us grace.” Buy “Oh My God” by Redemption band At One.

 

YOUR GRACE IS ENOUGH

Written by Matt Maher, 2003. Chris Tomlin first popularized this song but Matt Maher is the original songwriter. This is taken from 2 Corinthians 12.

 

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Song Teaching: “O Praise The Name (Anástasis)”

Learn the newest song we’re singing

Beginning in February, Redemption Christian Church will be singing a new song together called “O Praise The Name (Anástasis),” originally performed by Hillsong Worship and written by by Benjamin Hastings, Dean Ussher, and Marty Sampson.

 
Verse 1
I cast my mind to Calvary
Where Jesus bled and died for me
I see His wounds His hands His feet
My Saviour on that cursed tree

Verse 2
His body bound and drenched in tears
They laid Him down in Joseph’s tomb
The entrance sealed by heavy stone
Messiah still and all alone

Chorus
O praise the Name of the Lord our God
O praise His Name forevermore
For endless days we will sing Your praise
Oh Lord oh Lord our God

Verse 3
Then on the third at break of dawn
The Son of heaven rose again
O trampled death where is your sting
The angels roar for Christ the King

Verse 4
He shall return in robes of white
The blazing sun shall pierce the night
And I will rise among the saints
My gaze transfixed on Jesus’ face
 

Take a look at the above video to see Redemption worship ministers Caleb Spencer and Daniel Ross leading this song acoustically. Watch several times to get the song planted in your head so we can sing it loudly together beginning in February.

 
CCLI Song # 7037787. Written by Benjamin Hastings, Dean Ussher, Marty Sampson. © 2015 Hillsong Music Publishing (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing). CCLI License # 2226886.

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