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Dangers in Spiritual Formation: Museum vs. Mission

My dysfunctional relationship with museums and photo albums is strikingly similar. Though I am not disparaging either, I find that I treat both in similar fashions. My family has long since resigned themselves to a certain method of showing me

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Faithful then, Faithful now

“In fact, one criterion to apply to worship in any congregation, regardless of the liturgical style it embraces, is that of historical remembrance and proclamation: Does worship proclaim the whole sweep of divine activity past, present, and future? Does worship

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People Retention vs. People Formation

Webber notes: “Anyone who travels and visits churches will see that program, theme, and creative are the most dominant words of worship planning that force leaders toward designing culturally driven worship. My concern is that culturally driven worship will nurture

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