Category: worship

Sunday’s Here

The resurrection is not an event, it is a person. He is risen. He is risen indeed.

How Long?

Psalm 40 For the director of music. Of David. A psalm. I waited patiently for the LORD;he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a… Continue Reading “How Long?”

The Intimacy of Truth

I’m not usually a supporter of the repeated line in contemporary worship. It is an often over-used element in the cycle of a song, and tends to frustrate several people – in particular those who are fans of the traditional hymn, young or old… Continue Reading “The Intimacy of Truth”

Mighty to Save

For Kansas Bob…

Jacob’s Well

Photo courtesy of the Jacob’s Well website. I’ve been itching to visit Jacob’s Well church in Kansas City since I first heard about it a couple of years ago. It’s often linked with the “emerging church” movement, and according to this article the pastor… Continue Reading “Jacob’s Well”

Creative Chaos

Updated 4/4/08. Carlos over at Ragamuffin Soul is asking people to blog about a recent creative idea we’ve used in a worship service. I’m bumping this up per his request._________________________________________________________________________ Originally posted 3/20/08In my effort to build a Good Friday service with the theme… Continue Reading “Creative Chaos”

I Saw What I Saw

It doesn’t get much better than this…

It’s Beginning to Feel…

…a lot like Christmas.

Eric over at the merge posted this today. Thought you would all enjoy it. Sometimes it’s good to have a reminder like this now and then. (And sometimes I wish I could get the people in my congregation who don’t like the new OR… Continue Reading “”

A Different Kind of Worship Experience

I’ve heard of people who use painting as a form of worship, but I’ve never seen it done. This is really lovely.