Jody Killingsworth

Jody Killingsworth

Jody Killingsworth is worship pastor at Clearnote Church Bloomington and lead singer/songwriter of My Soul Among Lions.

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Extras Series “Let Every Valley” [VIDEO]

Hello friends! From time to time we have reason to produce songs outside the normal scope of our work, and instead of just sitting on them we thought we’d come up with a way of sharing them with you. So today we’re beginning a new series of posts called... read more

Psalm of the Month (September ’18)

Psalm 31 is a plaintive song, a cry to God from a troubled soul. Charles Spurgeon says that the Psalm’s dedication “For the Choir Director” gives a death blow to the notion that nothing but praise should be sung in worship. Since it is “through... read more

Song of the King (Psalm 21)

We’re pleased to present this new music video featuring the title track from our forthcoming album, Song of the King: Psalms 21–30. The album won’t be commercially available until October 2nd. However, there is a way you can get an advance copy for... read more

Channel Launch!

Welcome to our new Warhorn channel! Here’s what will be appearing here on a regular basis… New songs We’re writing and recording a new psalm every month, and you can listen to those tracks right here as they’re released. We’re working on... read more

19. Liturgical controversies (Andrew Dionne and Jody Killingsworth)

Michael talks to Pastors Andrew Dionne and Jody Killingsworth about proper liturgy.

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43. Father’s Day

Sound of Sanity celebrates Father’s Day and discusses good and bad fathers.

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How to Sing like a Protestant

This month we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Among the choicest fruits of this Reformation is a custom now so normal in our worship experience that we can hardly imagine a Lord’s Day without it. I’m referring to our habit of praising... read more

Grandpa Lon’s Last Sermon

Of all the godly and loving things Grandpa did for us, the best was taking such a long time to die. Not that it was easy on any of us. The night before my grandpa’s death I woke up in the middle of the night, gripped with fear, disturbed by thoughts of my own... read more

Happy Daddy

Every home has an aroma. Some are fragrant and bursting with life. Others are noxious, with all the appeal of the city morgue. Do Dad and Mom live in harmony, or are they chippy with each other? Are the children thriving in the rich soil of their parents’ love and... read more

Tabernacle Grace

His palace was made of the finest Lebanese cedar. Meanwhile, the Ark of the Covenant, the symbol of God’s presence in Israel, dwelt in a lowly tent. That can’t be right, David thought. I live in a lavish house and God lives in a tent… He called in the... read more

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