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Fathers’ Day & Father’s Day

By Laura Humphrey Last Sunday was Fathers’ Day. In my family this holiday was considered “another card-company-money-spinner,” although Mothers’ Day did not suffer the same derision. Something to do with Fathers’ Day being a too-recent addition to the calendar to … Continue reading

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Putting the Worship Back Into Our Work

By Andrew Hoffman Huge portions of our lives are spent working. We give our best hours, energy and ideas to work. It is no surprise, then, that work can inch its way into the central parts of our being, overtaking our … Continue reading

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Dance for the Lord?

Is Corporate Worship Prescriptive or Descriptive? It has been several months since my trip to Rwanda but I’m still chronicling the lessons learned while ministering there.  Among them is a lesson about worship and some musing over the extent to … Continue reading

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Worship Is Not Just Music

Po-tay-toe. Po-tah-toh. Worship. Music. I often hear the terms “worship” and “music” used interchangeably. It’s easy to make that mistake. We often think of the music time as “worship” and the sermon time as something else entirely. The worst time … Continue reading

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Resource: Worship

Sunday morning church activities represent only a piece of the biblical definition of worship. Anything we do that brings honor and glory to God is worship and our ultimate goal in life is to have all our thoughts and actions … Continue reading

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