“You shall therefore lay up these words of mine in your heart and in your soul, and you shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes.” Deuteronomy 11:18
God has given me the desire to know his true word, keep it in my heart, and use it to inform my life. But memorizing scripture is so difficult for me. Remembering my childhood experience with G.T. and the Halo Express led me to seek out other scripture put to song.
Seeds Family Worship music has been an enormous blessing to our family. The music is scripture put to song, which I have found to be on of the most influential ways that God has used to plant his word in my heart.
God has used Seeds to have an incredible impact on our family, aiding us often as we instruct our children, encourage one another, worship God, and seek to love and serve others with God’s truth. So grateful for this wonderful ministry!
G.T. and the Halo Express had a memorable influence on me as a kid. Bible scripture is put to song and weaved into stories about topics foundational to the Christian faith, like love, faith, and salvation. It was so fun to start listening to the audio episodes with our kids. Since “all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness,” (2 Timothy 3:16), we’re regularly referencing the Biblical truths we’ve memorized from G.T. and the Halo Express.
We’re singing scripture all the time, and Shae recognizes passages when we read them from the Bible. (But it is REALLY hard not to sing them, at times when I’m trying to read…like around other adults!) Having the scripture to music is such a wonderful and helpful tool for our family to keep God’s word in our hearts and minds.
We LOVE Life at the Pond radio shows – they entertain us with wholesome humor and promote biblical wisdom during our day.
They are super entertaining for all of us, holding to the belief that the entire Bible is God’s word. The humor is clever, and the lessons are built around character, wisdom and godliness. We crack up when Shae uses remarks from the Pond in our everyday life. (Oh yes, and he has developed an occasional lisp from listening to Bill the Duck…)