Monthly Archives: August 2010

dying regrets

Stop and smell the flowers and lose it to sweet music and dance with me. Continue reading

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Lowering the mentality, or lowering the barriers

Contrasting traditional (“mainline Protestant”) and contemporary worship styles. Continue reading

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who’s your community?

A lawyer asked Jesus “who is my neighbor?” Jesus responded with the story of the good Samaritan – a man (from a culture despised by the Jews) who helped a robbery victim, after a priest and a wealthy man had … Continue reading

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Demographically challenged

A tradition-bound congregation is more likely to be uniracial than a younger, more forward-thinking one. Continue reading

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When we say “get up”, what do we mean?

Why should JB have all the fun singing about being a “Sex Machine”? I want to see this kind of joyous energy in WORSHIP! If we’re not this happy and energized by worship, what are we missing?

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What’s “surface” got to do with it?

Contemporary worship is about getting the message across – emphasis on message! Continue reading

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