Keith and Kristyn Getty: On Modern Hymns and Worship

Sunday Afternoon Musings Worship is the priority of the church. It is fuel for evangelism. It is often neglected in private and unattended in public. But it remains a priority for the church. Which is why, when I saw this article in the Winter issue of Trinity Magazine, I knew I wanted to get it … More Keith and Kristyn Getty: On Modern Hymns and Worship

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Celebrating Advent

Part of the worship service this Sunday. In the madness that is our world at the moment, it is good to draw away and reflect on the greatness of Christmas and “good news of a great joy which shall be for all the people.”  All people. Black, yellow, white and brown–all people–equally, before the King … More Celebrating Advent

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Hamas Gaza Follies and Tragedies; Media Cover Ups; Religious Decline; Gay Men and HIV; Church Planting

Weekend Links Doubly late Weekend links. I have been otherwise occupied with a doctoral class and limited time to prepare this week’s message. Enjoy. Better Engagement with Ministry Journaling: A Pathway to Joy  (David Mathis–Desiring God Ministries.) Five Signs of a “Great Decline” in Religious Fervor in America (Five charts that demonstrate the need for … More Hamas Gaza Follies and Tragedies; Media Cover Ups; Religious Decline; Gay Men and HIV; Church Planting

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Spirit of the Living God, Break Me in Pieces

Tuesday Musings: Brokenness vs Usefulness We called him “Wild Bill.”  Closer to sixty than forty, Dr. Bill Iverson was not your typical seminary professor.  A gifted evangelist and an original thinker, Bill was always challenging either what you thought or what you did as a Christian.  Bill impacted my life in many ways but the story … More Spirit of the Living God, Break Me in Pieces

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