Common worship? Yes, because a broken church cannot repair a broken world. Common worship is evidence of our engagement with Christ’s prayer “that we may be one.” Anderson says, “To say that Christian liturgy is...
A step-by-step guide for hearing and claiming God’s calling for your life. For students, youth and young adult pastors, counselors, chaplains, and campus ministers. The purpose of Find Your Place in God’s Mission is to...
Introduction to Christian Worship Grammar, Theology, & Practice
by Steven D. Bruns
The who, what, when, where, why, and how of worship Preaching, fellowship, sacraments, and prayer continue to serve as the model of worship. The forms have changed, but these four elements, worship’s basic grammar, remain...
Singing the Faith Soundings of Lyrical Theology in the Methodist Tradition
by Paul Wesley Chilcote
Methodists embody and experience their theology through singing the faith. The Wesleyan tradition was born in song and early Methodist people found their true identity as the children of God through singing. From the beginning,...
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