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Biblical Perspectives, Podcast, worship
Episode 001: 2020 Grammy Nominations, Staying Relevant & Time Management (Podcast)

In this week’s inaugural episode of The Heart of Worship Podcast, Dwayne & Stephen discuss the recent Grammy nominations and artists for 2020, and why it’s important for Christians to be aware of secular music and culture.

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Love, The Base of Worship

by PG Athui If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do

Biblical Perspectives, Updates, worship
When I Fall at Your Feet

By Suzanne Provagna When I fall at Your feet, I find Your favor, I fix my eyes on You.  The most important thing I can do today is worship Jesus. In college when I was preparing for a piano recital, I would practice each difficult measure or phrase until I could play it just as

Biblical Perspectives, worship
Bring Back the Awe

By Dwayne Moore Ever had a “kairos” moment–you know, one of those moments when time seems to stand still? The ancient Greeks had two words for time: chronos and kairos. Chronos time is sequential time, basically the ticking of the clock. Time passes with nothing especially memorable or extraordinary happening. But kairos time is when

Coaching, theology, worship
God’s Goodness Is His Glory

In all of years of reading the amazing account of Moses’ intimate encounter with his God, I admit I have always skimmed over the word, “goodness.” I just took it to mean God passed by with his backside. I missed the tremendous significance of that little word. The Lord said He would cause all His goodness to pass in front of Moses.