Zac Hicks is Canon for Worship & Liturgy at Cathedral Church of the Advent (Birmingham, AL), blogger at zachicks.com, and author of The Worship Pastor (Zondervan, 2016).
Dr. Chuck Fromm has played a significant and ongoing role in “the worship movement,” he is passionately committed to lifelong learning. In 2007 he pulled together the first National Worship Leader Conference to bring the pages…
Kevin Twit, songwriter, guitarist and founder of Indelible Grace Music, came to Baylor’s campus as part of the Spring 2016 Hearn Innovators Series.Twit, who is also a campus minister at Belmont University,
Rev. Kevin Twit joins the students of Truett Seminary during his visit as the Spring 2016 Hearn Innovator in Christian Music.
Bill Gaither offers insight stemming from his experiences as songwriter, producer, performer, and entrepreneur.
Sandra McCracken’s prolific contributions as a songwriter, modern-day hymn writer, and record producer has brought grace and clarity to her soulful…
Join Dennis Worley in this meeting of the Baylor Church Music Forum.
Our Spring 2013 Hearn Innovator, Marcia McFee, presents a lecture on the four different primal patterns that affect the flow and rhythm of worship.
Karen Ward talks about issues relating to the emergent church movement, such as the roles of liturgy, clergy, and lay people and the interaction between them…
Ken Medema talks about his desire for a fresh perspective on the use of music in the church and the need for the church to reach beyond its walls.
Spring 2011 Hearn Innovator, Gloria Gaither, presents a lecture on the Baylor campus.
The Spring 2010 Hearn Innovator, John Bell, gives a presentation on Singing in Difficult Times.
Christian Artist and Music Minister David Crowder shares a lecture on the Church Music of today, yesterday and tomorrow…
Pablo Sosa explores issues of contextualization growing out of his own experience of education in The States and transition back to Argentina. He raises stylistic and pastoral issues and shares some of his compositions which reflect his philosophy of liturgical expression.
Keith Getty shares his new hymns with Baylor students and his thoughts on hymn writing in the 21st century.