If you don't know the Gettys, they are among a few who are creating modern hymns — that is to say, music that is doctrinally rich, Cross-centered, and good music to boot.
It is just so sad for a church to fill its time with nothing but syrupy choruses and ditties, when we sit on a treasure-trove of timeless classic hymns, and artists such as the Gettys and Stuart Townend are crafting music that exalts God and nourishes the soul.
Afterthought: what if one bought Getty Music songbooks for "worship leaders"? Subtle? Like a sledge-hammer?
Update: reader Brad Williams correctly observes that I picked the wrong implement for the occasion. So here's the correction: