You are here


  • by Lorelei Nettles
People across time have loved music, and although the harmonies have changed, the general messages have not. Some may think the content of today’s music is worse, but although it may use more descriptive language, music has always described the evils of the time.
  • by Robert Curry
God doesn’t play second fiddle to anything. But what about piano? Does God tickle the ivory?
  • by Becky Sweat
Our society is obsessed with entertainment. Kids and adults alike seem attached to their MP3 players, PDAs, remote controls and other electronic devices. Newscasters and college lecturers have replaced "newsy" messages with more entertaining approaches. Is that bad? What steps can we take to keep from becoming addicted to entertainment?
  • by Randy Stiver
The reverberating echo of a distant trumpet stirs deep emotions and moves us to conviction and action. What does the Bible say about this instrument?
  • by Ken Treybig
Surprising to some, Scripture includes many references to singing and musical instruments being played in worshipping God and in everyday life.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Are your ears taking a beating? Do you frequently have earbuds growing from them? If so, it might be time to turn down the volume on that MP3 player.
  • by Jerold Aust
Millions observe Christmas because it's a feel-good time with holiday music filling the air, brightly decorated trees, Santa Claus for the children and family togetherness. But does the Christmas season have a strong, commercially motivated magnetic pull that goes unnoticed by most?
  • by Amanda Stiver
An article by Joel Selvin explains that the dangers of too much music at too loud a decibel level have become a concern as the quality in personal listening devices have advanced (San Francisco Chronicle , "Play It Loud, and You May Pay for It," Sept. 22, 2005).
  • by Larry Greider
Young people just want to have fun. But how should we decide what kind of music to listen to and which movies to see?