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Want to see God at work via technology?

Technology is huge…we use it every day. It seems we can’t escape it.  Here is one bit of tech that I could probably get satisfied watching all day. The technology you are watching above plots out people accepting Jesus Christ across the globe from various

You are a walking billboard…

I laughed today at church when I was given yet another bracelet to wear.  As you can see from the picture above, there is no shortage of bracelets on either of my arms.  It seems I wasn’t the only person who noted how many bracelets

Do you tithe your worship?

Over a year ago, guest contributer Justin Mulder gave us a different look at tithing through intamcy.  Today, I wanted to take that view of intimacy to a different level…tithing our worship. In our services at LifePoint Church yesterday, Senior Pastor Pat Hood brought a

Starbucks and the Church

Funny, yes – but it is sad when you think about it. For the past few days, I have been reading David Platt’s new book, Radical.  If you haven’t already, I would sincerely urge you to pick up a copy.  Over the next few weeks,

Growing…and Growing Pains

We’re growing.  It is a good thing.  I can remember nights when my legs were in pain and my mom would simply tell me “it is just growing pains.  That means you are growing.  That’s a good thing.” When I started gotworship.net quite some time

Finding Jesus In A Hot Tub

    As funny as it is, it is an awesome reminder to never miss those opportunities, to never judge a book by its cover, and to wrap yourself in saran wrap before you ever get in a hot tub.

The Waiting Game

  You spend a quarter of your time applying on all of the Church-related resume sites you can think of – and the remainder of your time watching the clock, email, and phone hoping for a response.  It is the classic waiting game. What if

Too Big For Jabez’s Britches

  A few years ago, a few short sentences in the Bible took the nation by storm in the form of a book.  A man, who little was known about or talked about, who said a very simple yet powerful prayer soon became a prayer