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I Surrender!

No easy answers flooded my mind. I had no slick, three-point "sermonette" to offer my struggling friend. I didn't feel wise or brilliant that day as I gently, but confidently, said: "I think the only way to win this battle is to surrender."

The Power of Worship

It is only as we ascend to the throne room in worship that we can descend back into the harvest field here on earth, praying and warring for victory in every area of life.

Carlos Whittaker Brings Ragamuffin Soul to the Worship Arena

Lyrically channeling his spiritual thoughtfulness into a modern musical mix, singer/songwriter Carlos Whittaker's debut package, Ragamuffin Soul, is a worthy competitor for his worship contemporaries.

Always Singing One Note

in 1536, William Tyndale was burned at the stake for translating God's Word into English. The driving passion of his life was to see the Bible translated from the Greek and Hebrew into ordinary English available for every person in England to read.

God Bless America

Let us always be aware of the growing pains of America as we give thanks for the happy times of triumph.

What are We Singing: Made Me Glad

Even resting in God and singing for joy is only by our sheer will to yield to the work and power of the Holy Spirit.

A Father's Day Retrospective on Submission and Headship

My mother seemed omni-competent and overflowing with love and energy, but when my father came home, she had the extraordinary ability and biblical wisdom and humility to honor him as the head of the home.

Hymns Reinvented on Some Glad Morning

Familiar tunes abound on Hymns: Some Glad Morning, but every track has been reinvented beautifully by Cindy Morgan. Each song roots itself just enough in the rich gospel tradition without relenting to the predictable formats that have gone before.

Discovering the Heart, Mind, and Soul of Worship

Proclaiming God's rightful worth and position is one of the reasons we come to church: to sweep the stuff off the table of our hearts and minds that have crowded out the central place where he belongs.

Breakthrough Faith at the Gates

Perhaps you are still waiting for a breakthrough in your life. Jesus has the breaker anointing to break through in any situation that you or I may face.

The "Contemporvant Service" Parody Video - What Can We Learn?

Like most viral videos seeking to make a point, this one has its supporters and detractors. Some call it a brilliant parody while others are deeply offended by its supposed slap in the face at churches targeting unbelievers. I tend to side with the first group, and I think there are a few things we can learn from it.

A Continuing Requirement

MercyMe's Lovewell Not Quite a Concept Album

To call MercyMe's latest project, The Generous Mr. Lovewell, a concept album would be an overstatement. But there's certainly a unified thread that runs throughout the 11-track collection of uplifting pop and rock.

What Makes God’s Heart Sing?

It's YOU - not rule-keeping or living a good life (whatever that is) - that makes God's heart sing. But how can we know that, and then, how can we respond to such love?

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • May 12, 2010 |
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What Makes Your Heart Sing?

What makes your heart sing? Can you still hear the music of God's purpose? How do you tune in to the music that makes your heart sing? And how do you find it in the first place?

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • May 08, 2010 |
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New Songs and Old Favorites on Passion's Awakening

With eight new songs and other favorites such as "How He Loves" from David Crowder Band, Passion: Awakening adds another impressive offering to a catalog that already leads the worship music pack.

More Than Noise Doesn't Break the Mold

Like its previous two projects, More Than Noise finds Pocket Full of Rocks turning in a mildly likeable, albeit generally unremarkable, batch of praise tunes that don't break the genre's mold but are no doubt reverent with their intention.

Prayer as Breathing

What we think about prayer has a lot to say about what we think about God.

That Was Then, This Is Now a Fine Showcase for Chasen

Arena-worthy hooks? Check. Sophisticated production? Check. Chart-topping lead single? Check. New Artist of the Year Dove trophy? Well, not yet. But worship-tinted, pop/rock band, Chasen, is poised to be Christian music's next big thing.

Much of the Same on Meredith Andrews' Follow-up

With her sophomore record, As Long As It Takes, worship leader Meredith Andrews continues the pop worship trend with a set of songs produced to appeal to both her praise and worship constituency and radio playlists.

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