The Poetry Project The songs of Ascent are the songs Israel sang on pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Three times a year Jews in the diaspora would come from the corners of the known world to offer worship to the God of Israel. And as the crowds got closer to the Holy City the throngs thickened and began … More We Became a Choir Waking Angels to Worship
Weekend Musings Recently, I read a great article over at MiddleBrained.com from Dan Leverence. It made me think. It continues to make me think. Here’s the link to the article. (LINK) The article itself was titled, “More Questions for the Ongoing Conversation About Congregational Engagement in Worship.” I think Dan was asking some good questions and … More Worship Ministry and Hearing the Congregation Sing
Weekend Links So much nonsense in the world! So much. There once was a time when a right-wing newscaster or a left-wing newscaster could at least be trusted to present facts. They might have different interpretations of the facts but it was facts that both were trying to deal with. Today, people on the right … More The Nonsensical World of Public Policy and Better Ministry in Light of It.
Weekend Links When the people of God cease to pursue holiness or begin to justify their unrighteousness, all the testimony of Scripture in both Testaments is that God’s judgment is mounting the horizon. Such is the growing body of evidence and the first link below is one of “the canary’s in the mine” indicators. Ironic … More Single Christians and Sex; Muslims Turning to Christ; Ross Douthat; Eric Metaxes; Fascist Government; and Worship Ministry
Weekend Links Here they are, the weekend links, this time with some brief annotations. Enjoy. Engaging with Culture and Politics Award-Winning Neurosurgeon Condemned by Major University for Not Believing in Evolution (This is one of those articles, though short, that must be read. Prediction, in 20 years Christians will be so marginalized in the culture … More Annotated Links: Engaging with Culture for the Glory of God