This piece is written in tribute and in heartfelt thanksgiving for the twenty-year presidential ministry of Dr. Richard J. Mouw of Fuller Seminary.
A text of vocation, calling, service, and faithfulness fit together with a tuneful melody that also works with the classic text, “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing.” You can also find it available on this page as a free download in the hymn and praise band versions.
As one of his friends reminds us, “When Mouw gets backed into a corner, he quotes a hymn.” Indeed a lesson for us all.
You can find two free PDF downloads of the hymn version and praise band version:
A joyfully syncopated musical experience, “Let All the Heavens Praise” welcomes optional congregational participation, orchestral accompaniment, and the welcome addition of ethnic drumming. This hallelujah-filled piece, based on Psalm 148, will have choirs and congregations moving and singing to God’s praise!
A Stunning Setting of “Alleluia,” this piece demands much musicality from singers. Building from a quiet reflection to a joyous song of praise before returning to a new, yet also familiar refrain, singers are challenged with intense emotional and musical expression. This is one piece where we as listeners leave better …