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Is a Deacon Just a Servant?

Leeland: Following Love

With a passionate purpose, a collection of stunning new and a desire to serve, Leeland models the pursuit of a love in constant motion and is taking dirty hands and a message to the world: Faith without works is dead.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • October 03, 2009 |
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Family Worship

The cares of the world, if we allow them to intrude, can destroy our spirit of worship and take away the joy of our relationship with God.

She Colors My Day Reveals Amy Grant's Direction

While not the full-length album longtime fans have been salivating for since 2003’s Simple Things, this Mother’s Day-themed EP does provide a glimpse into Amy Grant’s current direction through two new tunes.

  • Andy Argyrakis |
  • September 26, 2009 |
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Is Contemporary Music Key to Church Growth?

Almost two-thirds -- 64 percent -- of congregations that switched to contemporary worship in the last five years saw an increase in worship attendance of 2 percent or more.

  • Adelle M. Banks and Angela Abbamonte |
  • September 23, 2009 |
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All the Time, God is Good

When the chips are down and the enemy is hot on our heels, that's when what we really believe comes out.

Defending the Innocent: Weapons and Worship

Church is not generally the right place to celebrate our civil rights, though we may thank God for them, but it might be the right place to urge citizens to exercise them to protect the innocent.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • September 16, 2009 |
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A Screaming Place

I wish places of worship would provide a screaming room. But since it's hard to find such a place among spiritually minded people, I found my private screaming place...

Call to Worship

Hillsong Builds Up the Church with Tear Down the Walls

Tear Down the Walls definitely further defines the band’s aptitude for creating relevant worship music for the church. And considering that is their explicit aim, I’m not sure what more we can ask from this fine Aussie collective.

Travis Cottrell: Redirecting the Spotlight

As the staple worship leader for Beth Moore’s seismic Living Proof Bible study events, it’s Travis Cottrell’s friendly demeanor and impeccably crafted church music that attracts a rapidly growing number of spiritual seekers each year.

It Seemed Impossible, but... To God be the Glory

Paralysis and blindness are nothing to the Lord. Whether He heals the symptoms or the soul, it's all to His glory, and cause for worship.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • August 22, 2009 |
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Courageous Worship

How worship leader James Ward makes music integral to New City Fellowship's Christian mission.

Christy Nockels Shines on Life Light Up

While her work with Watermark should be remembered, Life Light Up takes Christy Nockels’ work as a worship leader to a brand-new level. Her voice is as pure as it is powerful, beautifully matching the spirit of each song.

Worship Wars: How Do We Determine Musical Excellence?

What makes worship music good or bad? I’ll tell you this—it’s more than simply a matter of taste.

Wired to Worship

It's no secret that not everyone worships almighty Jehovah God. But everyone worships someone, has built an altar in their lives to something. As opposed to animals, we humans are wired this way.

Worship as Refuge

Worship leader John Chisum explores the benefits that come when we remember, recite and take refuge in worship.

In the Morning

What started as a discipline has become a source of life that brings stability and strength to me.

His Eye is on the Sparrow

Ever wonder why our Lord chose such a common little bird to illustrate such a profound truth?

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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