Nashville-area friends: This Saturday night, March 29th, Redeeming Grace Church has the distinct privilege of hosting Bob Kauflin as guest speaker, and you are invited to join us! (Click here for directions and details of when/where we meet). Here’s some info.
Bob will be speaking on “Why We Sing” – a biblical theology of worship and singing. He will then lead us in singing, following the message. We could not be more excited for Saturday night!
An accomplished song-writer, musician, author, and seasoned-pastor, many in the Nashville area are very aware of Bob Kauflin’s unique contribution to the church at large. We have been blessed by his teaching, the songs he has written, the albums he has produced, and the way he has served to equip pastors and worship leaders in the Body of Christ through his blog/writing of Worship Matters.
On a personal level, I am very grateful for the way Bob has specifically served me in imparting wisdom, grace, and hope through countless personal interactions over the years. I am eager to see other people be blessed and encouraged by his ministry as I have been.
We would be honored for you to join us this Saturday night!
I’ll leave you with a brief bio of Bob Kauflin’s background:
After receiving a piano performance degree from Temple University in 1976, Bob traveled for eight years with the contemporary Christian group GLAD as a songwriter, speaker, and arranger. He continued to write and arrange for the group until 2010, and was a major contributor to The A Capella Project (1988). In the early 90s, he helped to plant what a church in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was featured on the Integrity’s Hosanna! CD, Chosen Treasure. In 1997, after 12 years of pastoring, Bob moved to Maryland, where he led corporate worship at Covenant Life Church and became the Director of Sovereign Grace Music. His book, Worship Matters, was published by Crossway in 2008. Through conferences, seminars, and his blog, Worship Matters, he seeks to equip pastors, musicians, and songwriters in the theology and practice of congregational worship. He also oversees the production of Sovereign Grace Music albums.
So, there it is: We hope to see you Saturday night!