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Category: worship

Ants on the communion rail!

OK, I'll grant that it would break my concentration and meditation to feel insects crawling up my arm as I knelt at the altar.

You are thirsty.

When you are discouraged, that is, when you soul is "cast down," you're thirsty. Your soul is thirsty for God.

Live from our chapel

This past Advent and Christmas, I experimented with setting my iPhone in front of the church so that the service and sermon could be on Facebook live. It certainly wasn’t […]

Sorry, we’re closed.

A local fitness center closed its doors last week without any advance warning to employees or clients. Just a note on the door saying informing all they were out of […]

The renewal of my mind

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind” (Romans 12:2). This morning was a little different for me. Rather than two morning worship services, […]

Going to church in an age of mass shootings

It has happened in schools and movie theaters, on military bases and college campuses, in nightclubs and churches. Someone walks in and opens fire, killing and wounding innocent people. Yes, […]

An extraordinary Sunday

I was out of the pulpit, out of the church, out of town today (Sunday, April 15), and had a chance to worship like an ordinary person. Not that I’m […]

In your shoes

For this post I am going to try and put myself in your shoes. The shoes of someone who is a member of our church, who has come faithfully for […]