Assigned Reading Sept. 22-26

As I read this past week I felt as though I was standing in Jim Bakker's shoes. Not that I pretend to know what he went through but I had his title of his latest book on the forefront of my mind. I WAS WRONG. I looked at worship as a place to be enthusiastic... Continue Reading →


Assigned Reading Sept. 15-19

It is the paramount that we keep God centered in our worship. Unfortunately it becomes increasingly difficult when in our culture we look ourselves as to what more 'we' can give to God. We have this desire to one up the next church, or be the next big thing because God will like that. Simon... Continue Reading →

Moment of Clarity

A couple of mornings ago I had a dream about an old girlfriend. If you are in a relationship or marriage you know that that is not a good thing. I love my wife of 8 years with all of the heart that God gave me. Sure, we have had our ups and downs but... Continue Reading →

The Balance of God

I have been reading a book called A Royal Waste of Time by Marva Dawn. I also have been reading a book called Facedown by Matt Redman. Both are proving to be enlighting to what worship is really about.In the past week, God has become even more vast than my previous perception. Rob Bell has... Continue Reading →

In the Presence of Him

On Friday and Saturday I had the opportunity to learn about the theology of worship. The concepts of what worship does, what it is and what it looks like were introduced. The most eye-opening concept is the two parts of worship. Revelation and response. Having not attended a liturgical church before, responsive readings were a... Continue Reading →

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