Viewing: March, 2015

Why True Worship Requires Your Surrendered Heart

By on March 30, 2015

We’re Christians, so we should understand surrender. Right? Both hands up (the international sign) – You’re God, and I’m not. Our first act of surrender was when we first accepted Jesus’ payment on the cross for our sins and His

Are we different enough from these atheist churches?

By on March 25, 2015

I felt sick to my stomach. I had just read this article about the rise of “atheist mega-churches” in the U.S. and Australia – with more to come because of their success. One of the founders of the first atheist

Am I overwhelmed by the right thing?

By on March 16, 2015

Do you remember the last time you felt overwhelmed? I do – last week. Twice in one day. And it’s embarrassing what led to those overwhelmed feelings. One was a run-in with my nemesis (aka computer), and the other was

The Need for Tunnel Vision in our Worship

By on March 9, 2015

In high school, I had a friend named Al who had tunnel vision. He had no peripheral vision, so his eyes quickly darted back and forth all the time as he tried to catch the whole picture in front of

New, FREE eBook ~ 4 Keys to Intimate Sunday Morning Worship

By on March 6, 2015

Do you see the same struggles in church on Sunday mornings that I do? Our churches are full of people who show up to “worship” but either don’t know where to start, fight their way through it, or just give

5-Day Worship Challenge #11!

By on March 2, 2015

It’s time for a new 5-Day Worship Challenge! This past year I’ve been extremely inspired and motivated by Beth Moore’s book, Believing God. (I highly encourage everyone to buy and read it!) In her book, Beth shares “a five-statement pledge