Tag Archives: Corporate Worship

The Evangelism of Worship

Years ago I was listening to a Christian Academic give a lecture. He was talking about Worldview and said the common statement; “What you believe determines the way you behave.” Yet, he then added something I have never forgotten. He … Continue reading

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Fellowship

Over the last several weeks I have been reading through David Well’s most recent book, God in the Whirlwind: How the Holy-love of God Reorients Our World. While there is much I would like to share from the book, my attention … Continue reading

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Corporate Listening

Recently I referenced Christopher Ash’s book, The Priority of Preaching. The main purpose of that book is to encourage and charge pastors in their role as preachers. Another of Ash’s helpful resources is, Listen Up!: A Practical Guide to Listening … Continue reading

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Sunday is Coming

We gather weekly for corporate worship which is one of the most important events in the life of the church. On many Saturday nights I have reflected back to the “good ole days” when I could enjoy my weekend and … Continue reading

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The Church Gathered

When I write, the church gathered, I am speaking of our weekly gathering for corporate worship. I think we would all say this is important and that we should do it…you know, make it a priority. However, like so many … Continue reading

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