Worship Is a Lifestyle

Worship is a Lifestyle.  To worship is to experience Reality, to touch life. It is to know, to feel to experience the resurrected Christ in the midst of the gathered community. … Worship is our response to the overtures of love from the heart of the Father (Richard Foster).

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When Did God Change?

When did God change?  The year was 1978. My father had a Ford Station Wagon that was green, with brown paneling on the side. In those days, station wagons were made with a backseat that faced the traffic in the rear. It was great to make faces at oncoming cars

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Falling at His Feet

Falling at his feet.  Desperate. Hopeless. In bondage. Self-destructive. Out of control. Alone. Any of those ever describe you? Most of us have been one or more of these at some point. Maybe that’s where you are right now. Here’s the reason for hope. Jesus came for folks in these

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Meeting God Outside the Box!

Meeting God outside the box!  What was the moment in your life that you felt God was most present? What was the time and where was the place where Jesus’ presence was undeniably real and you were absolutely certain God was present? In asking these questions, the vast majority of

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Who Is This Man?

Who is this man?  Jesus’ earliest followers were not much different than we are today. They thought they knew who he was. They put him in a box. They stuck him in a religious category. They slotted him into their own understanding.

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Nothing Significant?

Nothing Significant?  “I just don’t feel like I’ve done anything important for God. I’ve tried to live a good life, but I just don’t see how it matters. I’ve done nothing important for Jesus.” I cannot tell you how many times I’ve heard these words or words like them.

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At the Feet of Jesus

At the feet of Jesus.  What the Holy Spirit is trying to help us see is that Jesus isn’t something we add on to in an array of important things or someone we try to work into our busy and crowded schedules. Jesus comes first or our schedules and efforts

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