A handy guide to raising your hands in worship from Tim Hawkins. I’ve heard some of this before but it still made me laugh and that’s always a good thing in my book. h/t greenguitarguy1 on Youtube
Martin Leckebusch’s modern take on the Christmas Carol, O Little Town of Bethlehem starts as many “modern” Christmas retellings do by almost pointing out how the message of Christmas (hope, love and peace etc.) is almost conspicuous by its absence in the town of Christ’s birth. But that’s not all it does…
In the past couple of days I’ve seen the subject of worship come up on Twitter a bit more than usual. Initially it was a series of joke #machoWorshipSongs and this seemed to evolve into a discussion about the use of masculine/feminine/romantic language in worship songs. Both had me a bit concerned.
For some reason non-Christians expect more of us than we often expect of ourselves. In this video Maher says: “If you ignore every thing Jesus commanded you to do then you’re not his followers, you’re just fans” and he’s right.