Hello! Thank you for visiting this site. I am praying for and seeking a sense of the Lord's will as to whether or not to continue to maintain/improve this website after launching it in January 2005. If you are a frequent visitor, you will notice that the content hasn't been refreshed for a while. I would be very interested to hear and consider your thoughts if you use this site at all...what content do you find helpful or encouraging, what suggestions would you have for improvements, etc. Please contact me via the contact form - I would love to hear from you!

Yours in Christ Jesus, - Charlie

About This Site

This site was created as a result of a personal project to convert hymns into a digital format which could then be used to search for particular words or phrases in a hymn which aren't in the first-line index of the hymn book. Along with this was the desire to learn more tunes for the hymns, especially ones that have meters which aren't well known and therefore aren't sung frequently.

The hymns and tunes, combined with a daily scripture and encouraging words of ministry have been provided in this web format in the hopes that it will encourage the user in their personal, daily enjoyment of His things and to grow in their affections for Christ as we wait for His return!

Please note that this site is a continual work. Additional tunes and other features are added when time allows. The hymns were manually typed in, so there are still several typo's that need to be fixed.

If you have any questions, problems or suggestions, please use the contact form to inform me via email.

Tunes Information

The desire is to eventually have all the tunes from the "Little Flock Tune Book" (green) as well as the supplement (maroon) available on the site and eventually in a CD format. I have started with the supplement tune book first.

The tunes were converted to midi files using software that scans the music and reads it into a midi format. This is why the piano playback might seem a little "hard" (ie: no dynamics - soft/loud), but maybe they can be improved on over time. Additionally, if you are familiar with a tune, and it is too fast/slow or otherwise not correct, please let me know.

When you click on a tune, it should open in your default media player on your computer, such as Windows Media Player or QuickTime. You can set your player to "repeat" if you want to sing along to the tune with a hymn. If the tune is playing back inside your browser, it is because of the way your browser's plugin setup is configured.

"Wherefore encourage one another, and build up each one the other, even as also ye do."