Tag Archives: Worship

Side Project: Prayers Before Reading Scripture

Over the last week, I’ve been rereading Augustine’s Confessions, a true classic of Christian literature. It has been inspiring and thought provoking, and it has come at a time that I have been working through creating my own prayers of … Continue reading

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Palm Processional

One of my adorable daughters waved her palms to get ready to enter the sanctuary while yelling, “Hosannah!” She loves the palm fronds, actually both her and my 1 year old loved to wave the fronds. L (the 1 year old) ran … Continue reading

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The Fearless Ones

Pastors belt it out. When we sing, there’s no hesitation or holding back. It’s loud and on occasion it manages to be on key – which is quite a thing. Now, it’s not that we are truly fearless, but we … Continue reading

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Breaking Down Worship

Tonight I get to start planning worship with the worship team at my new church, Claude UMC. Preparation for the meeting has left me thinking about what questions and things to think about as we go into a meeting. Conversations … Continue reading

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