Introducing the New Sovereign Grace Music Website

I’ve been part of Sovereign Grace Ministries since 1981. We’re a family of churches committed to planting and supporting local churches. We support our churches personally and relationally, as well as through a variety of training opportunities and resources. One of those resources is music.

That’s because for the past twenty five years we’ve written over 300 songs filled with biblical truth and gospel-saturated passion that reflect the Scriptural themes God has been teaching us – the centrality of the Christ’s substitutionary atonement, the sovereignty of God, the active presence of God’s Spirit, gratefulness, the doctrine of sin, and more. It’s not that we don’t use songs written by other people. We do, and we thank God for them. But we’ve also found that God continues to give us new songs to proclaim the excellencies of him whose greatness is unsearchable (Ps. 145:3).

People often find out about Sovereign Grace through our music. But more than one person has commented that our songs can be difficult to find. In an effort to remedy that problem, we’ve started the Sovereign Grace Music website. On the album page you’ll find descriptions and song samples for each of our projects. The artist page contains information on the people who write, sing, and produce our songs. We also have a news section that will keep you informed about upcoming projects and events, that you’ll eventually be able to subscribe to through an RSS feed. It’s a one-stop-shop for all things related to Sovereign Grace Music.

Please feel free to stop by and check the new site out, and let us know if we can improve it in any way.

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-5 Responses to Introducing the New Sovereign Grace Music Website

  1. Gabriel Gagnon November 29, 2007 at 9:57 PM #

    It`s a nice website, I like the interface to listen to the samples, it’s easy and quick! If I have one thing to suggest is to put a page for copyrights information or something like that, for people that want to produce your songs. COntinue the great job!

  2. Bob Kauflin November 29, 2007 at 11:24 PM #


    Thanks for the suggestion. That information is available at the bottom by clicking “Permissions.” Guess it could be clearer…

  3. Jonny Garber December 1, 2007 at 12:07 PM #


    I was wondering if there was any way to access digital copies of the old PDI songs off of the “song service tapes” that were released in the early 90’s?

    I found two of them in my mom’s car (#3 “Eternal God” & #9 “Grace Upon Grace”)

    I would love to have some of these songs as mp3’s but I don’t know of any ways to get them. Any plans for putting these oldies up on the new music site?

  4. Bob Kauflin December 1, 2007 at 1:32 PM #


    Great suggestion. Although a number of those tapes are definitely “80’s.”

    I’ll check into it.

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