Seeing our times of communion as joyous times at the table of thanksgiving.
Martin Luther was pivotal in the Reformation, but sometimes the truth is buried by the legend. Here are some debunked myths about Luther.
Our songs shape the faith of our congregations. Here we see how early generations of the Church actively worked with this reality.
We prepare our songs every week, but our prayers are often not given the same treatment. Here are some thoughts on impromptu prayers.
3 ways recalling God’s mighty actions can strengthen your church’s worship.
How Eastern Orthodox writers can help us write ancient new songs
Dr. Lee McDonald offers us a brief rundown of what worship looked like in the early church, so we can learn from our first-century brothers and sisters.
Whoever chooses the people’s song for their congregation is not only a hymnal editor but also is a primary shaper of the way their congregation understands and expresses faith
If we do not see, hear, or experience God’s worth in some way, there will be no genuine reaction; therefore, there will be no genuine worship.
Does your worship suffer from memory loss? Ensure your worship is filled with the remembrance of God’s saving deeds throughout history.
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