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Seven Thoughts On Corporate Worship (Singing)

Having served as both a Worship Leader and a Pastor for many years, here are seven simple thoughts this morning, on corporate worship through song… Corporate worship should be born from the overflow of an obedient lifestyle.“A good person produces good out of the good stored up in his heart. An evil person produces evil out of the evil stored…

5 Reasons You Need to Go to Church

Sporting events, recitals and performances, hunting seasons, sleepless nights, family problems, conflict with others in the church, bad hair days, too much rain, too much sunshine… If you’re looking for an excuse to not be regular in church attendance, you don’t have to look for long. The culture in which we live pulls each of us in a thousand different…

Unsung Heros of Your Local Church

“From Him [(Christ Jesus)] the whole body, fitted and knit together by every supporting ligament, promotes the growth of the body for building itself up in love by the proper working of each individual part.” Ephesians 4:16, HCSB Have you ever thought about how many things need to be done every single week, just so that you can gather in…

Consumer Christianity and Sunday Morning Products

“Consumer Christianity” is the Americanized brand of an extrabiblical, self-centered gospel. The come-and-see model of ministry we’ve developed over the past 100 years has produced several generations of Christians who assume that church is about them, for them, and because of them. So they shop around. Churches work so hard at having the best music, the most dynamic preacher, the…

Worship – When God Detests what He Desires

  To illustrate the severity of sin and the completeness of the coming Savior’s sacrificial work, Old Testament saints were given detailed instructions on how to approach God in worship: blood sacrifices, particular clothing, specific days and times, always with reverence and a holy fear. This is what God desired of them. But when their heart of worship undermined their acts of…

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