When society rejects, Christians should welcome. When culture ostracizes, believers should embrace. When the world “cancels,” followers of Jesus should look past mistakes.
In this video, I seek to answer the age-old question: what music should we use in our worship services? Should we use contemporary or hymns? I think you’ll find the answer is more simple than we think.
Recently I was sitting in a car repair shop when I noticed the tiniest bug on the lobby table. Since I was annoyingly bored, I simply stared at it. The more I stared, the more I became aware of the astounding fact that God is in control—even of that tiny bug. Scripture forthrightly tells usContinue reading “Stop Putting Caveats on the Sovereignty of God”
For this #WorshipWednesday, I am linking a short clip of a panel discussion from an old Ligonier Conference. The panel consists of (from left to right) Mark Dever, John MacArthur, Ligon Duncan, and RC Sproul. In this video, they are discussing what’s wrong with modern Christian music.
For this #WorshipWednesday, I am going with a more lighthearted video, from none other than Christian comedian Tim Hawkins. Although Hawkins is making a joke about how people raise hands in church, he is also making a point. It doesn’t matter whether you raise your hands, sway, sit there like a Frozen Chosen, or whatContinue reading “#WorshipWednesday – Tim Hawkins, Worship Hands”
For this week’s #WorshipWednesday, I am linking an article by Kevin DeYoung at The Gospel Coalition. In it, DeYoung writes about the theology of worship: what it’s ultimately for, what it’s focused on, what it’s based on, among other things. Churches would do well to follow this. Click the link below: A Theology of Worship
Back in 2005, David Foster Wallace—famous author and known secularist—said these words at the commencement ceremony at Kenyon College: “Everybody worships. The only choice we get is what to worship. And the compelling reason for maybe choosing some sort of god or spiritual-type thing to worship…is that pretty much anything else you worship will eatContinue reading “#WorshipWednesday – The Universalism of Worship”
I’m going to start a new thing on my blog called #WorshipWednesday. Every Wednesday, I will post some type of material that pertains to worship. It won’t necessarily always be a worship song. As we know, we don’t worship God only through song. So, to start it off, I am linking Andrew Peterson’s song “IsContinue reading “#WorshipWednesday – Is He Worthy?”