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Christmas with the GettysATLANTA (BP) -- December is an especially busy time for Christian music artists Keith and Kristyn Getty. The couple, known for the modern hymn "In Christ Alone," have been in the midst of their eighth annual Christmas tour. But Keith was quick to downplay the couple's hectic schedule just a few hours before the tour's opening concert.
"Are you kidding, my kids are at the aquarium. This an off day," Keith said with a hearty laugh and a slap of the knees as he fielded a few questions from Baptist Press in Atlanta.
Getty discussed a range of topics that included their tour, Billy Graham, his favorite hymn ... Read More
Congregational singing alive and well at 'Sing!' conf.BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (BP) -- The first time Keith Getty sat down to write the melody for a new hymn, he penned the now-classic tune for "In Christ Alone."
It's been all downhill from there, Getty said with a wry smile at the recent "Sing!" conference in Nashville.
A few of his friends may disagree. Read More
Worship & missions: An interview with Keith GettyNASHVILLE (BP) -- Many Southern Baptists may know the Gettys for "In Christ Alone," a beautiful hymn Keith Getty and Stuart Townend penned in 2000 and the church has been singing ever since.
Keith and Kristyn Getty, along with others, have written many more, some of which tie directly to the missionary activity of the church. During the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Phoenix in June, the International Mission Board's Rodney Calfee sat down with Keith to discuss worship and missions. Read More
Getty song 'For the Cause' dedicated as official SEBTS hymnWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- In their latest album "Facing a Task Unfinished," Christian music artists Keith and Kristyn Getty, have dedicated their song, "For the Cause" to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and President Danny Akin. It will now serve as the official hymn for SEBTS and The College at Southeastern.
"We're so excited to be involved with helping train the leaders of the next generation … and are particularly excited about Southeastern's missional and global view," Keith Getty said. Read More