One of the reasons I’m looking forward to the Gospel Coalition National Conference is that it won’t be just a conference on how to read and interpret and apply the Word, but we will sit under actual expositions of one of the Gospels.

I also love the idea behind the new album for the conference, “Songs for the Book of Luke,” which you can currently stream online for free. The songs will be played at a Tuesday night concert at the conference. And at this page you can get the chord charts, lead sheets, and simplified demos of each song.

Here’s a little preview of the project:

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  1. Brent Hobbs says:

    Finally got around to watching the video and it looks like a great resource. Look forward to buying the album and listening.

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