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Shane & Shane: Scriptures Unplugged

Using the pop-producing sensibilities of Pete Kipley and Jason Hoard to get the heart of their songs on tape, Shane Barnard shares with CCM what makes Shane & Shane's newest recording, Everything Is Different, so, well … different.

How Can We Have an Awakened Heart?

Many people are losing heart in these days. Trials overwhelm them and situations in life threaten to distract, discourage, and disillusion. But God wants us to have a heart fully alive and filled with his destiny and plans.

  • Debbie Przybylski |
  • January 09, 2010 |
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Prayer or Gossip?

How much do we really need to know about a person's needs or a particular situation in order to pray effectively?

  • Dr. L. Joseph Rosas III |
  • January 06, 2010 |
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A Soul Poured Out

There are many lessons we can learn from Hannah, but today I’d like us to look at herresponse to the problems that burdened her heart.

Are We Ready for a Visitation from God?

Many of us pray for revival, but a question we must ask is: “Are we really ready for a visitation from God?” A look at the general condition of the Church indicates no, we are not ready.

  • Debbie Przybylski |
  • December 23, 2009 |
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Give Forgiveness at Christmas

One of the biggest gifts you could possibly give to yourself and others this Christmas is absolving others of wrongs done to you.

Don't Miss Christmas!

Christmas reminds us that "today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord" (Luke 2:11).

The Christmas Cello: A Gift for Worship

It didn't happen overnight. But the Lord used a cello to teach me a very important lesson: true worship has a price.

Seven Things I'm Learning about Worship

Chances are you have strong opinions about worship philosophy, or know someone who does. It's a constant clash in our contemporary churches, but here are some truths about worship upon which we might all agree.

Kutless Brings Back Worship on It Is Well

It's interesting to note that for all their rock releases and the longevity of the Kutless name, it's a worship album from four years ago (Strong Tower) that still remains the BEC Recordings act’s best-selling album.

Our Worship and Our Fears

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • November 25, 2009 |
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Christian Aerobics: Worship is Active

Clearly, we have a part in being delivered and staying delivered. Worship is not a passive activity.

Kutless: Returning to Their Roots

Despite their rock and roll prowess, Kutless is a worship band at heart. So that should help explain why the Portland band's 2005 release Strong Tower just went Gold and why the five-piece is now releasing a second worship effort.

A Steadfast Spirit in Personal Warfare

Let's never think that we are the only one going through warfare. All of God's people who have been used by Him have come face-to-face in confrontation and warfare. Everyone has had to learn to be steadfast. It's inevitable.

  • Debbie Przybylski |
  • November 11, 2009 |
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You Don't Start Back, You Start Over

Don't you wish that people could forget your mistakes as easily as God does? That's why we need to be careful about passing judgment on others.

Let the Shaking Begin

Can you feel it? There is a shaking going on throughout the world. And like it or not, God is neither democrat nor republican. He is Spirit and those who worship Him, worship in Spirit and Truth.

Leeland Stays Vertically Minded on Love Is on the Move

"It's just you and me, Jesus," sings Leeland Mooring on Leeland’s latest album, Love Is on the Move. The statement serves as a proper introduction to an incredibly vertical album—and fans shouldn't expect anything different.

Praying According to God's Heart

Declarative prayer simply means that once we know God's heart on an issue, we boldly pray that it will be so, and then walk in faith that it is already so - even if the answer is not yet visible. It's not a name it, claim it prayer. Our prayers must be align with God's Word, God's heart.

  • Debbie Przybylski |
  • October 21, 2009 |
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Is Your Worship of Jesus Christ Wandering?

The moment we quit walking in dependence on the Holy Spirit, we're in danger of misplaced affections, of wandering after the world.

After God's Heart

We live in a world of busy people concerned with a multitude of life issues. But in the midst of all this chaos, what is really important in life? David's primary occupation was to seek God and His beauty.

  • Debbie Przybylski |
  • October 14, 2009 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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