Who is Singing?

October 23, 2018By Lyle StutzmanChoral, Songs 2 Comments

Have you visited the listening page and wondered who’s singing? If you have, this note is for you. I thought it would be good to give credit to the various groups who have contributed recordings over the years. It’s a huge blessing to have these recordings, and I send out a big thank you to … Read More

Give to Our God Immortal Praise

January 24, 2018By Lyle StutzmanSongs

You’ve probably heard about Shenandoah Christian Music Camp, right? It’s a week-long, summer music camp that began in Harrisonburg, Virginia, in 2006. It has impacted a lot of people by providing a safe and positive atmosphere for musical and spiritual growth. It’s making such an impact that people are practically beating down the doors to … Read More

Peace, Perfect Peace

November 18, 2017By Lyle StutzmanSongs, Stories

Four years ago this morning, I awoke from the worst night of my life. My brother-in-law, Sheldon Martin, was dead. My wife’s sister Louisa had called the evening before to say that she didn’t know where her husband, Sheldon, was. He had gone canoeing by himself, and she hadn’t heard from him all day. When … Read More

Why Sing Children’s Songs?

October 12, 2017By Lyle StutzmanSongs

If you’ve snooped through the Pilgrim Choral Series or songs like “Joy Medley” or “Roll Away,” you’ve probably noticed that I like to arrange children’s songs. Not only that, some of the children’s song arrangements are meant to be sung only by adult choirs. Why would a choir waste time singing children’s songs when it … Read More

House to house, baking bread?

September 11, 2017By Lyle StutzmanSongs

Crystal Miller wrote the words and music to the song, “Acts 2,” and I arranged it. Listen to her tell the story. In January, 2015, I heard a sermon about a renewed vision for the church. At one point in the message, the end of Acts chapter 2 was used. The “breaking bread from house … Read More