Tag Archives: Worship

Thoughts on Worship

For worship, properly understood, shapes who we are. We become like whatever is our god. – D.A. Carson Continue reading

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Portable Worship

Some people put God in a box we call the church building. God is not present in the church any more than He is present in your home. Continue reading

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A Definition of Worship

I will never get on my knees and say, “Holy, holy, holy” to that which I can figure out. That which I can explain will never overawe me, never fill me with astonishment, wonder or admiration. Continue reading

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The Business of GA

What to expect at 2016 PCA GA. Continue reading

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Presence more than Program

Never do the disciples use gimmicks to attract crowds. They count on the power of the Spirit to see them through all the way. Continue reading

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The Delight of Discipline

This is the beauty of Discipline. The practiced, purposeful, and dedicated commitment to a task, even when the heart isn’t there yet, will ultimately lead to heartfelt participation. Continue reading

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O Be Careful Little Ears

So much of the sermon depends on the preacher, the time spent in study and prayer, the thoughtfulness in preparation, and the quality of presentation, but one factor that is out of the pastor’s hands is the quality of the listening. Continue reading

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