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Staff Picks: Favorite Choral Anthems for Easter

Staff Picks: Favorite Choral Anthems for Easter

With Easter coming early this year, many choirs are turning to sing anthems at their worship service. We caught up with our Sales Team and asked them one question: What’s your all-time favorite Brentwood Benson Easter anthem? We hope you get some new ideas for this year’s Easter service or remember powerful moments of worship from […]

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Top Moments of 2015

Top Moments of 2015

As 2015 nears the end, we couldn’t help but reflect on some of our favorite things that happened this year. From launching a new website to watching Splendor of Heaven win a Dove Award, this year has been full of blessings, change, and fun. We made a list of some of the top moments. 15. Jeff […]

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Staff Picks: Our Favorite Christmas Songs (Of All Time)

Staff Picks: Our Favorite Christmas Songs (Of All Time)

It’s getting festive around here at Brentwood Benson and what better way to spread a little bit of Christmas cheer than compiling a list of our favorite songs of the season? From Bing Crosby to Glee, here’s what we can guarantee will be playing in our hallways. “Good King Wenceslas” by Bing Crosby We’ll start with a […]

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35 Reasons We’re Excited About The Re-release of The Day He Wore My Crown

35 Reasons We’re Excited About The Re-release of The Day He Wore My Crown

In case you missed it, the 35th anniversary version of David T. Clydesdale’s The Day He Wore My Crown is now available on our website. A lot has changed in the world since its initial release in 1981 (less parachute pants, leg warmers, and perms just to name a few). However, the songs in The […]

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Worship Charts Launch

Worship Charts Launch

We are excited to officially launch our Brentwood Benson Worship site! This new category of our website is a top-notch resource that provides charts in the chord chart, lead sheet, and piano/vocal/guitar formats. It features music from powerhouses: Hillsong, Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockels, Passion, Kari Jobe, Matt Redman, Michael W. Smith, and more. Check it out here to browse […]

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Story Behind the Song: Mercy Tree

Story Behind the Song: Mercy Tree

Few songs have the ability to tell a story that communicates a powerful message in such a simple way. However, the song “Mercy Tree” written by Krissy Nordhoff and Michael Neale does just that. It slowly unfolds the incredible Easter story with intimate detail, taking the heart on a journey from the agony of the […]

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VBS 2016 Theme Announcement

VBS 2016 Theme Announcement

Join Jeff Slaughter and the kids at the VBS Treehouse for an action-packed adventure through the bible! We’ll read scriptures and bible stories that teach us about the promises of God starting with our theme verse, Joshua 23:14. We’ll continue the adventure through skits, craftivities, games and fun snacks that reinforce the themes for each […]

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Song Camp 2015 Review

Song Camp 2015 Review

Last week we held our very first song camp at Brentwood Benson. The camp was hosted by Capitol CMG Publishing and put a focus on writing songs for the church — specifically for the choir. Several writers from different genres joined together for two days to write songs on a variety of topics to minister to the people of the […]

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Taking a Closer Look: VBS Fun Run

Taking a Closer Look: VBS Fun Run

As VBS Director and Music Leader, I just wanted to thank you for the high quality of material, music, and motions in your Fun Run and for such great instructions…There were two youth who accepted Christ as Lord and Savior, several children who are showing interest and asking questions about accepting Christ, and six new […]

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The New Brentwood Benson

The New Brentwood Benson

Dear Friends, This week marks a major change for Brentwood Benson as we unveil over a year’s worth of behind-the-scenes work with a new website, logo, branding, sales system, tax system, and a whole host of other new features. It might seem crazy to roll out so many new features at once, but that’s never […]

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