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Artists in the Mainstream: Preachers, Poets & Prophets

From major names such as Jars of Clay to unknowns and indies, Christian musicians are stretching the definitions and challenging the preconceptions of what it means to be a “Christian artist” in the mainstream.

7 Things I Wish I had Known in High School

"Number Seven: The most important decision I will ever make is who or what I worship."

What's at Stake in Worship? Part Two

God longs for the church to be awake. His grace understands our slumber, while shaking us into the wakeful action of worship.

Dc Talk's "Jesus Freak" Still Great a Decade Later

It’s been 10 years since "Jesus Freak" busted up the joint, and a new 10th Anniversary Special Edition is a great revisit of this epic release. The project starts with a newly re-mastered copy of the original disc in all its glory which definitely brings out a better tone overall.

Favorite Hymns Have Freshness on "Amazing Grace"

"Amazing Grace: Timeless Hymns of Faith" calls together recordings by prominent worship leaders and popular artists in an effort to breathe musical freshness into some of our favorite hymns.

American Idol: Three Lessons for Worship Leaders

American Idol judge Randy Jackson says, “Keep it real,” and worship leaders – of all people – should take note, dawg.

  • Phil Christensen |
  • February 21, 2007 |
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My Ten Favorite Contemporary Worship Songs

I find myself drawn to music with strong biblical content, singable lyrics and a God-centered focus.

Author Claims Some Music Styles Can Negatively Affect Youth

Violent and obscene lyrics can be less troubling than the power of the music itself.

Notes on Disharmony: Music in the Church

In 1995, Colson predicted the blossoming argument over worship styles might split the church. Looking back, has it?

Do We Serve God, or gods?

No one in the Church would claim to worship Zeus, or Bacchus, or Apollo or Aphrodite or Pluto...

10 Questions With Jared Anderson

The Heart of Worship

What it is, and what it isn't. An interview with Saddleback Church's Rick Muchow.

  • Interview by Dawn Zemke |
  • January 01, 2007 |
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Chris Tomlin's "See The Morning"

After 15 years of writing songs for the church, Tomlin’s new 11-track album shows joy remains possible even in the messiness of life. Praise to God is not just for life’s prosperous seasons—it’s a constant way of living with hope.

Pick of the Week: Don Moen's Hiding Place

Review: Live In Europe by Brian Doerksen

In Review: Open by Jason Morant

Meet & Greet: Phil Wickham

10 Questions With: Paul Baloche

10 Questions With: Robin Mark

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