Category Archives: Worship

Needs and Wants

So, this past semester, I started an evening Vespers service at my church. Let’s just say it did not take off in a blaze of fire. We had a handful of people there most weeks with a week or two … Continue reading

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Worship Formation

A year ago last week, I moved to Denver. It’s hard to believe that this much time has passed, but it has. I have been working at a church during this time and it was early in this calendar year … Continue reading

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Worthy of Worship

At the end of Luke’s account of the birth of Jesus and the manger scene, there are a few verses that catch my eye. In the middle of Luke 2, we read, And suddenly there was with the angel a … Continue reading

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Foreign Worship

Over the past week, I have been a part of two unique worship services. First, last Friday, our chapel service was completely in Spanish (both music and readings). And to be honest, I understood less than 10 words the whole … Continue reading

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A Few Articles

Here are some articles I’ve had sitting around for a while. The first is an article about abortion rates, specifically about the dramatic decrease in teen abortions. The second is of a different nature. Entitled, “A Return to Tradition,” this … Continue reading

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Competitive Worship

Drawing from Hemant Mehta’s book I Sold My Soul on eBay, I began to observe how people worship God in singing. And after reading some of his observations, I could not help but chuckle when I saw some of the … Continue reading

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Spontaneous Worship

Last night, we had what we call on campus, “Praise and Worship”. Over my time here, I have enjoyed this time as a break before the upcoming week to sing songs to God with other Christians and listen to some … Continue reading

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