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Reflection #4 on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

Could it be that churches pursuing contemporary worship will swing the pendulum back a bit to reclaim a few liturgical practices? Continue reading

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Reflection #3 on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

“Change comes slowly, often too slowly, but it comes.” Continue reading

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Reflection #2 on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

“As a worship tour guide, don’t assume the congregation will necessarily know what to look for–or even how to recognize it when they see it.” Continue reading

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Reflection #1 on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

“[CWM” is, on average, getting better all the time.” Continue reading

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50 Reflections on Worship in the Contemporary American Church — An Introduction

According to my records, my last post to this blog was almost three years ago, which is rather hard to believe, but a lot has happened in that time.  My father died.  My wife’s step-father died.  My daughter graduated from … Continue reading

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