David Platt

“Keith and Kristyn Getty are good friends of mine and good gifts from God to His Church. They teach, help, and lead us to sing in a way that reveres the holiness of God, reflects the Word of God, edifies the Church of God, and compels us on mission for God in a world that desperately needs to know His glory.”

David Platt, author of Radical and president of the International Mission Board

Alistair Begg

“Here is a book worth buying. Filled with biblical, practical insight that, understood and taken to heart, will revolutionize congregational singing.”

Alistair Begg, pastor of Truth for Life Radio and general editor of the Spurgeon Study Bible

Voddie Baucham Jr.

“The beauty of this book is how consistent it is with who and what the Gettys have been to the Church over the past decade. Their contribution is not significant because of the extraordinary but the ordinary. They are ordinary Christians who have made an extraordinary impact, not because of their musical or theological credentials, but because of their desire and willingness to devote themselves to the ordinary things. Sing! is an exposition of those ordinary things that have allowed the Gettys to be used by the Lord to bless, encourage, and provoke so many of us not only to ‘sing to the Lord a new song,’ but also to love and appreciate the old ones. May this practical, pastoral, theological, accessible, and delightful book help and bless many. May it encourage us all to Sing!.”

Voddie Baucham Jr., dean of Theological Education, African Christian University in Lusaka, Zambia

Otto Sanchez

“There are many who sing ‘out of love for the art’ although this sounds very artistic. When we talk about singing to God, doing so ‘out of love for the art’ is not enough. Keith and Kristyn combine biblical precision and agile writing to show us the privilege and beauty of worshipping our Lord through song. This very easy-to-read book has already become a reference that will certainly aid me in the formation of a new generation of worshippers, in the personal as well as in the family and congregational context.”

Otto Sanchez, author and pastor of Ozama Baptist Church in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic