Tomorrow’s Hymns

Tomorrow’s Hymns exists to promote theologically rich songs deeply rooted in Scripture. It exists to serve songwriters who craft modern hymns, church musicians who play them, and Christians who sing them.

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Making WordPress Sites Accessible

Several days ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that business and organization websites need to be accessible (see news stories). (Technically, they chose to let a lower court's ruling to this effect stand. But it comes out to the same thing.) What does does...

The Songs of Phill McHugh

The Songs of Phill McHugh

Legendary songwriter Dave Clark’s Instagram account, @daveclarkwrites, is a must-follow for Christian songwriters. Several weeks ago, he posted about the impact that Phill McHugh’s lyrics had on his life and his songwriting career: Phil’s writing became a new standard...

A More Certain Glory

A More Certain Glory

There is a certain glory to freedom of speech. In a sinful world, it is better that truth and falsehood both spread than that truth be restricted. But there is a more certain glory coming. In the Kingdom of Heaven, freedom of speech will end. There will be no more...

Modern Hymn News Roundup (May 2019)

Modern Hymn News Roundup (May 2019)

News Rick Elias, a member of Rich Mullins' Ragamuffin Band, has passed away from brain cancer. Lifeway is closing all their brick-and-mortar stores. They plan to continue their online ecommerce presence. Dave Kyllonen, a legendary member of The Couriers, passed away...

Modern Hymn News Roundup (March 2019)

Modern Hymn News Roundup (March 2019)

News Sovereign Grace Music is collaborating with Shiloh Church on a joint project that fuses Sovereign Grace's modern worship approach with Shiloh Church's African-American Gospel choir sound. Bill and Gloria Gaither have sold Gaither Music Group's publishing and...

CD Review: To The Kindness of God (Michael Card)

CD Review: To The Kindness of God (Michael Card)

Michael Card has indicated that he expects To the Kindness of God to be his final record. As he said in one interview, I think that's going to be my last album - I think we're done. The world is done with 10-song records - those days are over. Michael Card retiring...