“If we start asking these kinds of questions, all of a sudden our musicians and our sound crew move from being specialists to ministers. They become agents in the disciple-making process. Maybe, then, we should worry less about finding some one-size-fits-all volume level and instead think about how volume (within a single service or over a series of weeks) serves the narrative of the gospel.”

Great thoughts from Zac Hicks at his blog recently.

I’ve begun reading Daniel I. Block’s “For the Glory of God – Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship.” I love it so far and share some initial thoughts about the book.

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Too often we force ourselves into false dilemmas. Ancient and modern worship are both beautiful and viable expressions of worship. Is it possible that our churches can successfully use AND merge both through the use of modern instrumentation and organ? It seems like I’m not the only one thinking about this. Let’s explore.

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This week’s featured new worship song is “But God” by Michael Bleecker and others from the Village Church. I love that it proclaims our desperate need for a Savior and the richness and celebration of the Gospel all in one song!

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Do you realize that you confess your faith every time you sing together in worship? Found out how and why it’s so important.

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