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Why Sing?

From very early on in the Scriptures right up to today, singing has been a powerful, shared experience of God's people no matter how or when we meet for worship. Why?

Trials are Inspiration on Jake Smith’s Real

Newcomer Jake Smith could not have chosen a better title for his debut, Real. The depth of his authenticity is defined, in part, by the last two years of his life in which he’s survived Hurricane Katrina, had to deal with two parents being diagnosed with cancer and also been hit by a drunk driver.

What Are We Singing: How Great is Our God

In the latest installment of our series which seeks to consider what we're really confessing when we sing contemporary praise songs, Eva Marie Everson wonders at just How Great is Our God.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • August 25, 2007 |
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Up with Worship!

To put it plainly, Christians are people who gladly, freely and joyfully worship Jesus Christ. They adore Him.

How to Pursue Unity among Believers

Here's how you can help pursue the goal of One Spirit, One Church

"I Love to Tell the Story"

Many do not know Him, but there is no doubt that He knows us, and He wants to hold the hand of the rebellious, the disobedient, and those in the grip of addictions.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • August 15, 2007 |
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Neale’s No Greater Audience a Good Worship Reminder

On his latest disc, No Greater Audience, Dove Award-nominated worship pastor Michael Neale explains that the album title of his latest 13-track disc is a reminder of what, and Who, our worship is really about.

How can I live a lifestyle of worship?

Without the capability of awe, where we stand at the edge of ourselves and gaze beyond, we will never come into His presence.

Finding Peace in Times of Distress

Where do you run when you need peace? Is your first response to go looking for a person or to pick up the phone?

A Fan’s Guide to Christians in the General Market – Part 1

Terminology, labels and marketing strategies aside, artists who are inspired and informed by a biblical perspective and a personal pursuit of God are challenging the presumptions of the past.

Creation & the Cosmos: God Bringing Glory to Himself

Have you ever stopped to consider how thin the book of Psalms may have been if David had lived in our day of all the electronic gadgetry that enthralls modern society?

  • Veronica Jones-Brown |
  • August 01, 2007 |
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What are We Singing: Open the Eyes of My Heart

Continuing our series examining the meaning behind praise lyrics we sometimes too-easily sing, Eva Marie Everson considers the ramifications of our hearts having eyes, eyes that need to be opened.

Winds of Change: Festival of Faith & Music

With a mission to be “agents of renewal in the academy, church and society,” Calvin College provided conversation for more than 1,200 attendees at this year’s Festival of Faith & Music, hosting lectures, roundtables, showcases and concerts over two days.

Worship by Releasing the River

Our obedience and willingness to die to our wants, our will, and our selfish desires opens the way for the Spirit of Life in Christ to pour through us.

All of the Above Points Listeners Outside the Church

Songs on Hillsong United’s All of the Above don’t just include platitudes to God but confront the worshipper with challenges, as Hillsong United motivates a generation to seek justice and be Christ’s messenger outside church walls.

Worshipping God 'Above All'

The songwriter behind "Open the Eyes of My Heart", "I Love to Be in Your Presence", and "Above All," shares his testimony and the joy in the ministry God gave him.

Setting Reachable Goals for Family Worship

Are you running out of gas in your efforts to lead family devotions? Set simpler goals.

What a Friend we have in Jesus!

One of the reasons I treasure Paul's letters is the peek into relationships between believers. Eventually all earthly friendships end. However, there is an eternal Friend who never leaves us.

More Worship for the Church on Holding Nothing Back

Holding Nothing Back stays true to Tim Hughes’ modern worship sound. With driving beats and infectious melodies, his songwriting is easily accessible to today’s church.

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