General Worship

Telling the Prodigal Story
By Manuel Luz - General Worship - Oct 06, 2014
   
In Imagine That, I made the argument that the world is full of redemption stories, and that we are, by nature, drawn to redemption stories. From “Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer” to “Finding Nemo,” from Homer’s Odyssey to...
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Introducing New Music
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Sep 22, 2014
   
It is difficult to introduce new music to a church no matter what setting you are in. This is likely why many worship leaders try to avoid it altogether and resort to using only familiar music. New music is a crucial asp...
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Making Your Church Website Mobile Friendly
By Anthony D. Coppedge - General Worship - Aug 26, 2014
   
It’s hard to go anywhere (including church) where people are not pulling out their phones for more than calls. We’re clearly a mobile culture with habits now firmly entrenched in anytime, anywhere access. Churches must, ...
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Literally. Or Not.
By Manuel Luz - General Worship - July 23, 2014
   
met•a•phor ‘met-uh-for, noun, a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable. I was approached by a concerned visitor to our church after a worsh...
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Time Limits for corporate Worship?
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - July 15, 2014
   
As a worship leader, I have often struggled with the question of timing or length of the service. I am sure I am not alone in that. How long is too long? Likewise, how short is too short? The answers would vary from one ...
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Compliance Disguised as Submission
By Anthony D. Coppedge - General Worship - July 10, 2014
   
In my vocational work on staff at three churches and in my non-vocational work for several companies, I have struggled to know when to submit myself to authority and when, well…not to do so. What I’ve learned is that I w...
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Tension and Truth
By Manuel Luz - General Worship - June 13, 2014
   
An artist I know recently mentioned to me how he hated going into Christian bookstores. Without mentioning why, I could understand his unstated acrimony. (It may be for some of the same reasons why I would feel uncomfort...
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Museums, Movements, and Mr. Lilly
By Van Metschke - General Worship - June 03, 2014
   
Recently our Middle School Pastor RJ McCauley sent me a link to a video calle...
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Worshiping In the Crowd
By Donna Patrick - General Worship - May 27, 2014
   
Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God-this is your true and proper worship. (Romans 12:1, NIV) Three types of...
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Creativity
By EXW Staff - General Worship - May 18, 2014
   
Great video for inspiring creativity and the time it takes to make it all happen. We live in a society that says we want things now, so we should get it now. This video shows the value of patience and God's timing. W...
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