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(Re-)Imagining Worship

It’s interesting that the New Testament never gives a detailed description of exactly what went on when the first Jesus-followers gathered together to worship. There’s no divinely inspired “order of service.” Sure, we get some glimpses of early Christian worship here … Continue reading

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What is “Sin”?

The following is an excerpt from my sermon this past Sunday, part of our “Praying the Psalms” series. The sermon was focused on Psalm 51 and praying in confession of sin. There’s much more to be said on “sin” than can … Continue reading

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Tweeting the Psalms

We are in the middle of “Praying the Psalms” as a church. We are talking about the Psalms together, we are singing the Psalms together, we are reading the Psalms together, and we are praying the Psalms together. Praise, lamentation, … Continue reading

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Praying the Psalms

Prayer is like breathing. As breathing is essential to our physical life, so prayer is essential to our spiritual life. We need to breathe; we can’t not breathe, if we’re going to live. So it is with prayer—even if all … Continue reading

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