When it comes to morning prayer and devotions, Luther advises us in the Catechism, “Go joyfully to your work, singing a hymn, like that of the Ten Commandments, or whatever your devotion may suggest.” When we worship, we sing. That’s how it is in your church, and that’s how it is at a Higher Things Conference, too. But, as Luther teaches us, that’s not just a church thing or a conference thing. It’s an everyday sort of thing! Through our YouTube channel and our hymn albums, you can rejoice in the gift of song wherever you are.

You’ll sing along with Lutheran youth and young adults from around the country from one of our conference locations, as they receive God’s Word, praise God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and sing the Christian faith to each other.

The Church joyfully continues to sing Reformation hymns that deliver, preach, and praise Jesus, our only and true Savior.

Higher Things dares our youth to be Lutheran. We deliver to them “the faith once delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). At our Conferences, we not only preach and teach it, we also sing it! Since 2017 is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting the 95 Theses, this year’s album dares you to sing along with hymns by Luther and other Lutheran Reformers, Pastors, and poets.

The Church joyfully sings praises to Jesus’ glory, that He died and rose for each and for all.

Higher Things dares our youth to be Lutheran. We deliver to them “the faith once delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). At our Conferences, we not only preach and teach it, we also sing it! We sing of Jesus’ death and resurrection, praising Him for it and delivering into each other’s ears the Gospel message that He died and rose for you.