Tag Archives: Praise and Worship

What does a fog machine have to do with church?

I heard a telling statistic last night on our BlogTalkRadio show — a fascinating discussion, by the way, about the value of connecting with the writings and the liturgy of the first century Christians who are our brothers and sisters. … Continue reading

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The broken Hallelujah

There’s a blaze of light In every word It doesn’t matter which you heard The holy or the broken Hallelujah                        – Leonard Cohen I am fascinated by the broken Hallelujah. I’m fascinated by a lot of what Leonard Cohen … Continue reading

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The cool cathedral

My first album was released in 1969 and it was called “The Cold Cathedral” after the first song by that title about a young man who wanders into a church and cries out, to no avail, for someone to hear … Continue reading

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Doobie praise

Okay we’re going to go out this week with a bang. I’ve been working on a writing project all week and have been spending a lot of time at my friendly local coffee bistro. It’s a cozy place and creates … Continue reading

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Arms up

I was so excited when I found this picture for yesterday’s Catch that I needed an excuse to post it again so I could write about it. It’s such a grand statement of the natural cathedral of God’s creation. No … Continue reading

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Why worship?

If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. (1 Corinthians 13:1) As it turns out, praising God isn’t such a big deal … Continue reading

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