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Sing Lustily And With Good Courage!”122.33 KBDownloadA Hymn-Poet’s Affirmation of Congregational Song and Appreciation of Charles Wesley’s Hymns
Sing All, Sing Often – Excellence in Congregational Song96.83 KBDownloadArticle in the November/December 2010 issue of The Clergy Journal
When Lords and Kings are Known No More110.36 KBDownloadAs divine titles, “Lord” and “King” are problematic. This article explains why, and offers ways forward. It was originally published in the Australian Journal of Liturgy.
Undivided Energies: Encountering the Trinity in Thought, Prayer, and Praise201.68 KBDownloadEdited Inaugural Address at Columbia Theological Seminary Tuesday March 27th 2001
How Hymns Do Theology154.92 KBDownloadThis article, drawn from my book, Praying Twice: The Music and Words of Congregational Song.
Forging an Old Hymn Anew521.63 KBDownloadFor Jubilate, amen!: a festschrift in honor of Donald Paul Hustad, Pendragon Press. 2010.
More than Words Between the Notes: Hymns as Poems of Faith70.05 KBDownloadThis article is drawn from my book, Praying Twice: The Music and Words of Congregational Song (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, June 2000).
Joining Hearts and Voices- Group Song Creation671.47 KBDownloadA Group Process for Creating Elements of Worship
This part of our site will have short "think-pieces" - mostly by Brian - on different aspects of worship and faith.  They can be freely quoted or copied. If you do so, please acknowledge them as: Copyright © 2013 Brian Wren. Used by Permission.