[Christianity Today] 18 July 2007--He's one of the founding fathers of what we call "modern worship," but don't tell Brian Doerksen that. He prefers to keep a low profile, which isn't always easy after writing worship standards like "Refiner's Fire" and "Come Now Is the Time to Worship," as well as mentoring and producing at least 25 worship albums. But celebrity doesn't faze him. In fact, his fourth solo album, Holy God (Integrity), is a case study of God's holiness and humanity's nothingness—something he believes much of modern worship is uncomfortable addressing. His own frailty came into sharper focus when he learned that two of his sons had fragile X syndrome, a hereditary mental disorder. In this wide-ranging conversation, Doerksen talks about—among other things—how he and his wife processed their sons' plight, and how they were able to realize God's faithfulness even in the midst of unfulfilled parental expectations.