Though war break out against me, even then I will be confident. - Psalm 27:3
His anger is but for a moment, but His favor lasts a lifetime. - Psalm 30:5

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Volume 3: Psalms 21-30 Is Finished! Release Date Set for…
October 22nd, 2016 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: News

After 3 years of writing, rehearsal, and recording, countless studio hours and travel miles, and collaboration with 40 musicians including

Grammy-Nominated Artists Phil Keaggy and Jeff Deyo to Be Featured on Volume 3: Psalms 21-30
September 17th, 2016 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: News

The Psalms Project is excited to announce that our new album, Volume 3: Psalms 21-30, due out later this year,

Volume 3: Psalms 21-30 Is Written!!
January 2nd, 2016 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: News

It’s been a long, rewarding two-year journey, and I’m excited to say that Volume 3: Psalms 21-30 may be the

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Every Psalm. Every Verse.

The Psalms Project is a community of musicians carrying out out a vision of setting all 150 Psalms to music and including the essential meaning of every verse, crafting songs that are stylistically faithful to each Psalm by combining modern, familiar instrumentation with unconventional structure and style – a marriage of King David’s vision with the best qualities of modern worship music.

The Psalms Project’s 3rd album, Volume 3: Psalms 21-30, will be released November 24th, 2016, and is now available for pre-order! Click here to pre-order the CD.

Blog

Lessons on Worship Leading from 1 Timothy
July 10th, 2015 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: Blog

When thinking of worship-leading “coaches” from Scripture, we’re more often inclined to think of David than of Paul. After all,

Worship and Warfare
May 20th, 2014 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: Blog

While reading and studying the Psalms over the years, I came to a disturbing conclusion: much of the stirring praise

What About The “Mean” Psalms?
August 6th, 2013 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: Blog

The most common question I’m asked about putting all 150 Psalms to music (besides what translation I use) is this:

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Studying the Psalms - Resources

Psalms of the Forgotten – Album Review
June 6th, 2016 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: Resources

In an effort to musically reimagine some of the Bible’s darker Psalms, Dave Yauk and friends have brought us Psalms

Review of Bradley Johnston’s 150 Questions about the Psalter
July 10th, 2015 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: Resources

Ever since the explosion of the “modern worship” music phenomenon in the late 20th century, there has been a steady

The Book of Psalms: A Translation with Commentary by Robert Alter
January 18th, 2013 Posted by: Shane Heilman Posted in: Resources

This book by scholar Robert Alter has also been a tremendous resource to me while working on the songs for

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