Rich Kirkpatrick continues his Worship Mythbusters series of posts with MYTH: Worship leading is not performing. Many in our churches like to use the word “performance
Three blog posts on “worship”: What exactly is worship? from someone in a Navigators study What is true worship? linked from a blog post by Justin Childers and Basic meaning of “Worship” by Marcus Lynn
I don’t know if they offer carhop service, but if you’re near Port Clinton, OH, you might want to attend the Open Air Worship service hosted by Trinity United Methodist Church at the Mon Ami Restaurant. Sound reinforcement is provided by your vehicle’s FM radio, and the service starts with the “Toot Salute” where everyone […]
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Youthalive Worship has a quick commentary on what worship is. I just wanted to post this as a reminder to any of you reading: you can blog, just start. This is a “first post!” that is a good start.
Scot Longyear posts about burnout, and links to another post (also by Scot Longyear) that gives some scriptural backup. We work like the church depends on us. Last time I checked, Jesus said that he would build His church (Mt 16:18). Whilst digging around on his blog, I also found this series of articles he […]
Stay Off the Paved Road, a blog by a pastor-in-training at Boyce, gives an open letter to pastors about their impact on the worship culture of their church.
WIS TV did a story on the “makeover” of the Baptist Hymnal. If you see other news coverage that hasn’t made it onto the blog, please email us at the link in the right hand column!
While not explicitly about the musical content of a worship service, Tony Morgan’s post challenges us to consider the question. Does anyone have any scripture to back this up? 😀 David Wilcox’s comment is as close as I’ve seen: First is this: I don’t think excellence of any particular type is a specific command of […]