What Are You Offering To God As Worship?

By Gary Rohrmayer

In revitalizing our public and corporate worship services we must first seek to awaken our private and personal worship.  One of the liberating and transforming principles in the apostles' teaching is the priesthood of all believers.

Peter writes, “As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by men but chosen by God and precious to him—you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual...

Fuel for Our Ministry: The Pastor's Personal Worship

By Dick Loizeaux

Recently, as I was struggling to keep up with the unrelenting pressures of ministry, I found I was running low on spiritual fuel.

You probably know the feeling. You’re physically tired, emotionally drained,
and your spiritual reserves
are running low.

Since I didn’t have time to either slow down or take a break from ministry I had to resort to “in-flight refueling.”  For me...

Getting Honest About Our Worship Services

By Dick Loizeaux

Question: How many Baptists does it take to change an Order of Worship Service?

Answer: “Change? What do you
mean change?” 

And that is not just a joke. Recently Thom Rainer in Pastors Today (thomrainer.com) revealed his research shows the 3 most fiercely defended church traditions are: worship and music style, order of the worship service, and time of the

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