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Reflection #22 on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

“Church is powerful when it embodies this inclusion. . . . becom[ing] the home away from home where we offer each other a place to reunite, be fed, commune, wash, rest, and receive what we need for the road.” Continue reading

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Good Reminders for Worship Leaders from a Night at the Cabaret

One of my nieces, an accomplished singer who has sung in¬†Cincinnati’s renowned May Festival Chorus, this past weekend coordinated a night of small-group Cabaret singing as a fundraising event for the¬†world-premiere production of Morning Star by the Cincinnati Opera this … Continue reading

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