Caveat First To my reader who may not know Christ as your personal savior. My hope is that in reading the following post, you’ll know what to look for in a church fellowship. As Christ followers, we are called to love you. You won’t find perfect people, but you can find a Christ fellowship that…… Continue reading Get on the Church bus, or get run over.
Is God’s Love Reckless? Having grown up playing music in church from bluegrass to Third Day covers, I’ve always loved worship music in church. I’ve played with and have heard various talents as well. Worship in church became such a important part of the move of God over the past decades. Many churches have included…… Continue reading God does nothing reckless – Never has, never will
How multiple church services hurt your church I grew up going to one church service on Sunday morning, one on Sunday night, and one on Wednesday. When someone got married in the church, everyone was invited to the wedding. And singing Bible songs in Children’s Church. We were one big family. Everyone knew everyone else,…… Continue reading Divided worship services at church: How multiple church services hurt your church
Do you worship your church leadership? Don’t think so? Here’s how to find out. When Lebron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010, the residents of Cleveland didn’t react well. There were riots over Lebron leaving the town and even a man set himself on fire with Lebron’s jersey on. After all, Lebron promised Cleveland…… Continue reading The Cult of Church Worship
An Open Letter to Pastors, Music Pastors, and Churches: Let Your Light Shine, Ok, Maybe Not that Light The following is an article asking the question: “Is our church environment inviting to all?” If not, then why not? If not, then should it be? Matthew 11:28 “Come to Me, all [a]who are weary and heavy-laden, and I…… Continue reading An Open Letter to Pastors, Music Pastors and Churches: Let Your Light Shine, Ok, Maybe Not that Light