Tag Archives: Worship

A Sunday Morning Observed

Following up on last week’s post, here’s a quick summary of my observations from Sunday at church. My longest conversation took place prior to the worship service. Ann and her husband move to Florida this week. I expressed my well … Continue reading

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3 Worship Lessons from a Marching Band

A simple Sports Illustrated mention aroused curiosity. A search of YouTube found the video in question. I watched. I laughed (and, if you watch, you’ll know exactly where). I thought about how this relates to Christian community. 1) Practice makes … Continue reading

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When Nothing’s Going On, Something’s Going On

“In building the temple, only blocks dressed at the quarry were used, and no hammer, chisel or any other iron tool was heard at the temple site while it was being built.” (I Kings 6:7 NIV) When an author writes … Continue reading

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Are You Prepared For Sunday?

On Friday morning, when we Sunrise Club* members are taking off our basketball shoes, I say, “I hope ya’ll have a great weekend.” In my thoughts, I add a tag, “especially Sunday morning.” Bottom line is we live and breathe … Continue reading

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A Life Full of Zeroes

Zero. Zero. Zero. I recorded my score each time until I tired of the activity. Then I continued to participate but stopped recording the results. What was the point? Zero plus zero plus zero adds up to a big, fat … Continue reading

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Where Do I Find the ONE?

Four quarters divide up the ancient portion of Jerusalem—Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and Armenian. Let me admit I have no idea what the Armenian quarter is other than a name on the map and a section inside old Jerusalem’s city walls. … Continue reading

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