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Pure Praise REvamped : “When Does Worship Stop?”

Pure Praise Week Two – Day 1 :  “When Does Worship Stop?” Rewind On a recent Sunday following Christmas, I ended our worship with “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”.  There were many who were wondering “why a Christmas song?” when Christmas had already passed by.  It

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Pure Praise Revamped : “Count Your Blessings”

Pure Praise Week One – Day 4 :  “Count Your Blessings” Rewind I remember being barely a teenager and leading a small congregation in Adamsville, Tennessee and singing “Count Your Blessings”. Count your blessings, name them one by one, Count your blessings, see what God hath

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Pure Praise Revamped : “A New Creature”

Pure Praise Revamped Week One – Day 3:  “A New Creature“ Rewind When we talk about worship – we have to look at it in three different directions.  I think all too often, we talk about things only in the realm of “vertical worship”…so much to

“Pure Praise” – Revamped!

Last year, we began a study based on an awesome book by Dwayne Moore called “Pure Praise”.  One of the biggest comments I have gotten in my inbox over the past couple of months have been requests to continue the series. I’ll be honest with

God Exists on More days than just Sunday

Week One – Day 5 :  "God Exists on More Days Than Just Sunday" Sundays are great days, aren’t they?  The music is great…the heavens seem to open up and the cares of the world seem to go away.  It is time to focus on

Pure Praise : Week One – Day 4

Day 4 :  "Count Your Blessings" I remember being barely a teenager and leading a small congregation in Adamsville, Tennessee and singing “Count Your Blessings”. Count your blessings, name them one by one, Count your blessings, see what God hath done! Count your blessings, name

Pure Praise: Week One – Day 3 Studies

  Day 3:  "A New Creature" When we talk about worship – we have to look at it in three different directions.  I think all too often, we talk about things only in the realm of “vertical worship”…so much to the point that it has