PART 1: Michael Andrews, music director at All Souls Church in London, joins Charles on the program today to explain how Handel brilliantly wove God’s Word into some of the most beautiful music of all time.
PART 2: Christmas music isn’t just supposed to give you the holiday feels—its primary purpose is meant to draw you to Christ. On today’s program, Charles explores how Handel did this at the height of the Great Awakening.
PART 3: Did you know Handel’s Messiah was first written as a call to faith for the wayward? It’s also a good reminder for us that we are all in need of grace.
PART 4: When Jesus is our treasure, nothing in this world compares. He has blessed us beyond all measure and for that, we are thankful.
PART 5: Black Friday is typically all about big deals and shopping. But instead of beholding material objects, today’s program invites you to turn your eyes upon Jesus.
Thanksgiving with Phil Vischer and Sally-Lloyd Jones
As we prepare for a very unique 2020 Thanksgiving in the US, Charles Morris is returning to two conversations he had with two special people who have done tremendous work in helping children learn abo ...Learn More
Handel's Messiah: Lyrics and Verse References
Back in 2015, I visited Handel’s home in London to see the rooms where he composed. While I was there I spoke with Dr. Ruth Smith, a Cambridge scholar on Handel. She explained that the lyrics (the l ...Learn More
A Visit to Handel's House
For many, Handel's Messiah is what people listen to most at Christmastime, but did you know it was originally written for Easter? The scope of this musical masterpiece spans the entirety of Scriptur ...Learn More
The Amazing Story Behind Handel's Messiah
While you’re out shopping this Christmas season, listen closely: there’s a good chance that the background music you’ll hear is Handel’s Messiah. It’s the classical music we most associate ...Learn More