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The mission of Hark Theological Seminary is to furnish godly believers with biblical doctrine
that they may increase in the knowledge of God and His will;
that they may be accurate expounders of Scriptures from the original languages;
to teach sound doctrine and be effective leaders in all areas of ministry,
and to be leaders in biblical music practice and service, in light of today’s culture;
to craft a Christian culture to which God has called them, empowered by the Holy Spirit;
to effectively make disciples for the Lord, and build the Body of Christ, to the praise of the glory of God’s grace.
News from Hark Theological Seminary
October, 2013 @ Wangree Resort, Thailand
Missionaries Charles & Lourdes Holmes report that LIFE Camp was attended by 496 campers from throughout Thailand. Half of the attendees, invited by the various churches, are non-Christians and 68 accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. 300 Thai-Psalms CD’s, and the Song of Mary (Luke 1:46-55), were given out and distributed to provincial pastors to bring back to their congregations. The seeds of the Word were planted in the hearts of many.
To date 2600+ CD sets have been sold, donated, or distributed.
We praise the Lord for the work He has accomplished. Join us in getting His Word out. Visit our Thai-Psalms Project Site: Audio samples, purchases, or donations may be made at: harkseminary.org/thai
Psalm 121 & others
By Arnfield P. Cudal
Because psalm-singing was not a tradition in the evangelical church I grew up in, my encounter with singing the Psalms seemed like a novelty at first, but as appreciation and familiarity in singing the Psalms grew, it has come to be one of the more anticipated and endearing moments in our gatherings. Churches of various denominations and traditions read the Psalms, or sing portions in hymns and choir anthems, but what I am referring to is singing of the Psalms in its entirety, by whole verse and chapter.
If you haven’t participated in whole verse singing or attend a church where psalm-singing is not normally practiced, it is hoped that this article will at least stoke a renewed interest in the Psalms, and to introduce the joys of whole-psalm singing to your congregation. The beauty of psalm-singing is that it transcends all denominations and traditions.
Beyond my personal appeal, however, the reasons for psalm-singing are more convincing from Scripture…
From the President
Richfield A. Cudal, DD, ThD
Arnfield P. Cudal, MBA, PhD
Vice President of Operations & Development
Godfrey A. Catanus, MA, PhD
Dean - Cebu & Iloilo Campus
Daning C. Asuncion, MA
Dean - Malaybalay Campus
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- 300 Thai Psalms CDs Distributed to Pastors at LIFE Camp, Thailand November 1, 2013
- The Case for Inclusive Psalmody October 29, 2013
- Rethinking Music and Worship October 21, 2013
- Recalling God’s Marvelous Works – The Thai-Psalms Project One Year Later October 11, 2013
- What are the spiritual songs of the Bible and why do we need to know them? August 25, 2013