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Things That Cannot Be Shaken

How do we solidify our thinking so that our faith will not waver? By holding fast to the “things that cannot be shaken” (Heb. 12:27).

  • K. Scott Oliphint and Rod Mays |
  • June 11, 2008 |
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Tribbett & G.A. Stand Out with Latest Gospel Offering

Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing’s (G.A.) latest effort, Stand Out, lives up to its moniker with driving rhythms that differentiate this gospel album from most. It sounds more like a rock album than a typical gospel-flavored record.

The Authority of Intimacy

We think, "God, we need You here. We need You now!" But God seems to wait. Could this possibly be a strategic delay to deepen our relationship and level of intimacy for the future?

Water Walking 101

Why is it that God challenges us in the midst of challenging times?

Gateway Offers Praise Mix to Wake Up the World

On their sophomore disc, Gateway Worship presents a nice mix of praise tracks: from the thundering rock of “New Doxology Anthem” to the gentle closing ballad “Beautiful.” The gamut of worship experiences is handled with ease.

Thousands of Tongues Still Sing

I was enjoying the best Mothers' Day of my life and it coincided with that other great event, Pentecost Sunday.

Put 'Amazing' Back into Grace

We as Christians cannot help but discuss the issue of God’s grace in its many forms in the midst of life’s circumstances.

Mission Comes First on Murphy’s Everything Changes

Mission House Music is the aptly-titled label behind Jim Murphy’s sophomore project. Both the label and the artist seem to center their energies on the mission first, with an openly Christ-first focus to their projects.

What's at Stake in Worship? Part One

"Worship turns out to be the dangerous act of waking up to God and to the purposes of God in the world, and then living lives that actually show it."

Worship Matters

In Worship Matters, pastor and songwriter Bob Kauflin skillfully instructs fellow pastors, musicians, and worship leaders to root corporate worship in unchanging scriptural principles rather than divisive cultural trends. Read an excerpt.

The Doxology: A Song of Praise

There is a supremacy and a need to render to the Lord that which belongs solely to Him: our praise, our honor, and our worship. In doing so, we glorify Him.

Toward a Philosophy of Worship

According to the New Testament, all of life is worship. The more we worship God, the more we are compelled to glorify Him, advance the gospel, and serve others.

Jami Smith Gently Rocks with Faith in You

It’s great to welcome back Jami Smith with her sixth studio album, a thirteen track collection of thoughtful, artful vertical songs—plus two bonus tracks. Worship lovers who like their rock gentle will adore this offering.

Born to Worship Commemorates Kelly’s Freedom

Sarah Kelly indicates that Born to Worship chronicles her journey away from “self-hatred and abuse.” It is because of this release that she is worshipping in true freedom, and many of the new songs commemorate just that.

A Life of Worship is Something We Do

"In the final analysis we learn to worship by worshiping."

Bad News is Everywhere, but the King is Coming!

Even if the days are getting darker, that's okay, because God is doing eye surgery right now on the body of Christ. He wants us to see with His vision.

Top Worship Leaders Featured in Immerse

Integrity has gathered artists both long familiar (Darlene Zschech and Sara Groves) and introductory (Kari Jobe and Laura Story), and showcases their formidable talents on songs as new as today’s calendar on Immerse.

A Storm of Unity: Non-Segregated Sundays

Barack Obama was right to cite the old adage that Sunday is the most segregated day of the week. Chuck Colson looks to post-Katrina Louisiana for ways worship services have been challenging the adage.

A Place for the King: The Biblical Foundation for Worshiping Jesus

The living God dwells where His people worship, and life happens where He dwells. Therefore, the life-flow of a church congregation will rise only as high as their worship of the Godhead.

Timely Thoughts on Worship

A few foundational issues to keep mind when thinking about the seeker-sensitive approach will be helpful no matter what model is being contemplated by any church at any time.

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