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Somebody Like Me

Was amazed to hear of an old friend of mine named Neil Thrasher who wrote this song – was even more amazed to know that Jason Crabb actually released it. BE the church…don’t just play church.

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