A song that celebrates the gift of bread and Thanksgiving. The refrain is words of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
This song was inspired by the Holocaust Museum. Its message is that freedom remains when the past is remembered and kept alive.
This hymn of four verses is a sending hymn. Disciples witness to the world regarding the joy they have received from the triune God.
Daniel remains faithful in a foreign land.One in a series of children’s songs about prophets or God’s Truth-tellers.
This song is about Esther, a queen, who saves her people. It is one in a series about God’s truth-tellers.
Isaiah is a young prophet who in his long career offers God’s salvation to his nation. One in a series.
This song tells Ruth’s story of finding a new life in Judah and becoming an ancestor of King David. For children.
This hymn reflects what the ministry of congregations to be: to engage in worship, learning, caring and witnessing.
In five verses, this hymn portrays Jesus inviting all persons to join him in the journey of discipleship.
With a unique tune and simple text, this song says all of us need friends, especially when we are bullied or consider hurting ourselves.
Three versions describe different ways of becoming and supporting friends, especially to oppose bullying. One describes Christian witnessing.
The text version of this song urges friends to be truthful but kind, especially when situations are difficult, then sing and dance!
A song, with a beautiful tune, recounting Jesus’ sending his disciples, his friends, to spread the good news of God’s accepting yet demanding love.
The text and dance-like tune emphasize Jesus’ table is open to all, underscored by the refrain’s paired opposites.
This lively song celebrates, with bells if possible, four freedoms which citizens of all countries should enjoy.
The hymn remembers what the reformers stood for: the centrality of scripture, justification by faith, the priesthood of all believers, and evangelism.
Based on Colossians 3:12-14, this hymn states disciples are “clothed” to act in special ways, just as at work we may wear special clothes.