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Jan 2019 30 Jan 30, 2019

"Thy Mercy, My God" puts mercy on display. Sometimes I think mercy gets the short end of the stick in our books, sermons, and conversations. “Grace abounds”...Read More

Feb 2016 3 Feb 3, 2016

Note: This is the second of a two-part series, delivered by Harold Best at the 2014 Doxology & Theology Conference. A few more thoughts about labor. There is a difference between labor and what labor produces; it varies from person to person, talent to talent, parish to parish. Pastor Luke can saw a piece of worship wood to length just once and it always seems to fit just right; Pastor Jack saws his piece three times and it’s still too short. In both cases t...Read More

Feb 2016 3 Feb 3, 2016

This is the first of a two-part series, delivered by Harold Best at the 2014 Doxology & Theology Conference. ...Read More

Jan 2016 4 Jan 4, 2016

Jesus is worthy of the worship of all the peoples of the world: every tribe, tongue, and nation; every man, woman, and child. Jesus is worthy of their worship. But there are three billion people on our planet today who do not worship Jesus. Three billion people have never been told the story of the rescuing God. As worship leaders, our lives and leadership must reflect the gravity of unreached peoples. John Piper says, “Missions exists because worship doesn&rsqu...Read More

Dec 2015 15 Dec 15, 2015

We must prepare for the music on Sunday morning.  It must be excellent, but does our pursuit of musical perfection get in the way of our ability to really care for the souls of those that God has placed on our teams?  Have you considered how you will pastor the people on your team? More often than I care to admit, I have been more concerned about the quality of music that has been produced by those I have lead.  A few years ago I knew something needed t...Read More