Excited to announce that we will be back in Ballarat for a concert event on April 13 2018. It’s been a long time since we’ve played in Ballarat but we’ve had loads of messages from people wanting us to come back. So . . . we are! Check our Events schedule for details.
We’ve been able to squeeze in a weekend visit to Tasmania in March 2018. We’ll be back at one of our favourite venues in Launceston – Door of Hope and then on to St David’s Anglican Cathedral in Hobart. With 2019 and 2020 shaping up to be very busy years with international touring it may … Continued
Excited to confirm that we will get back to NSW this year (2017) with a short weekend visit to include Dapto, Crows Nest and Parramatta. This will be the first time we’ve been able to get to Dapto so really looking forward to the opportunity to take a whole new group of people on a … Continued
Psalm 124 is a psalm of corporate thanksgiving for an act of God’s deliverance for the faith-community. Evidently God had saved them from some serious calamity, probably some military threat. This is the sort of Psalm that might have articulated the relief and praise following God’s deliverance of Jerusalem from the Assyrian threat in the … Continued
Psalm 134 was obviously written for a formal worship context in the temple. There seem to be two distinct parts to this psalm. The first is a call to worship and the second is a blessing. In our adaptation of this psalm we have likewise distinguished those two elements giving the call to worship a … Continued
Psalm 34 is a blend of thanksgiving and wisdom and the two fit together quite naturally. Thanksgiving psalms celebrate specific things that God has done and from these experiences we learn about God’s ways. So, the psalmist moves from testimony to exhortation as a natural consequence. The psalm has been identified with David and the … Continued
Psalm 60 is a great example of the conversation nature of prayer. It also has all the marks of the kind of faith-filled approach to God that the psalms enjoin to us. The first line may seem more like despair than faith: “You have rejected us.” However, in this statement is a bold covenant ‘provocation.’ … Continued
Psalm 16 is a song of trust and devotion to God. The psalmist declares his devotion to God but also to God’s people (vs.3). Whilst those who trust in God will see the faithfulness of God, those who trust in idols will only ever end up disappointed. Trusting in anything more than God only leads … Continued