Periodically I will use this blog to share some stories about some of the songs we’ve been blessed to be a part of through the years.

Because this week is Easter, I wanted to share the story behind one of my all time favorites. Crucified With Christ was written in 1995 with Don Koch and Randy Phillips. Randy’s group, Phillips, Craig & Dean recorded it and it reached the #1 spot on the national Christian radio spot in May of 1996. In 2000 it was listed as the #1 song for the decade on the CCM Inspirational charts.

In spite of the commercial success of the song, the reason it remains one my favorites is that the passage of scripture it was taken from, Galatians 2:20, is my life verse.

To listen to the song, here is Phillips, Craig and Dean:

 


 

Editor's note:

Here is a video of Greg performing the song with Larry Pearce and Dudley King:

 

A couple of years ago I began to share some infographics I titled Visual Theology. Through those infographics, and with the help of some talented graphic designers, I explored some of the great doctrines of the Christian faith: The order of salvation, the attributes of God, the Trinity, Reformed theology, the books of the Bible, and so on. You can see and download the complete list here or even buy them in print format here.

Visual Theology will return to explore more great truths and doctrines. But in the meantime, Josh Byers and I plan to share a few infographics that look to people—people we know and admire. Last week we kicked things off with John MacArthur. Today we continue with John Piper: The Infographic. Piper’s Desiring God Conference for Pastors is beginning today and if you are not attending, you can watch it via livestream. Any guesses who we’ll feature next week, just on time for his 75th birthday?

John Piper Infographic

 

 

 

 

A couple of years ago I began to share some infographics I titled Visual Theology. Through those infographics, and with the help of some talented graphic designers, I explored some of the great doctrines of the Christian faith: The order of salvation, the attributes of God, the Trinity, Reformed theology, the books of the Bible, and so on. You can see and download the complete list here or even buy them in print format here.

Visual Theology will return to explore more great truths and doctrines. But in the meantime, Josh Byers and I plan to share a few infographics that look to people—people we know and admire. We are kicking things off with John MacArthur. Here is John MacArthur: The Infographic.

John MacArthur Infographic