Part 1: He may be one of the most profound hymn writers working today, yet Fernando Ortega will be the first to bring up that it’s not always easy to make a living writing hymns in an era of pop praise music.
Part 2: As human beings, we are created to worship. In fact, whether we realize it or not, we participate in worship all the time. The question is, “who” and “what” are we worshiping?
Part 3: How big is God? When things aren’t going our way, we might be tempted to answer, “Not big enough.” But that couldn’t be further from the truth. He’s beyond anything we can comprehend, and yet we can know the unknowable God.
Part 4: The heart is a vital part of the human body, but Scripture tells us we also have a spiritual heart. Our physical heart gives us life, but our spiritual heart guides us now and in the life to come.
Part 5: The Bible teaches that we were made for worship. But as fallen people, our hearts worship anything but our maker. So how can we truly worship the Lord?
A mixture of hymns and new songs composed by Fernando OrtegaOrder Now
We sang “Great is thy Faithfulness” at our wedding. I picked it out because, as a fairly new Christian, it was one of the only hymns I knew. I hadn’t been a believer ...Read More