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How to Focus During Worship

In a world that’s fast pace and constantly on the go, it can become challenging to be still and enjoy the moment. I realized that traveling on the road with Mainstream Worship for my first time this month. 616 more words

Worship

The Lim Tribe: Serving the Lord Together

This June, I spoke at three church camps (Shekinah AG Church, Bartley Christian Church and Hakka Methodist Church).

And for two of these, Serene and the children came along at the invitation of the camp committees. 90 more words

Ministry

Highlights from The Justice Conference

It’s been a whirlwind of a month, and I can’t believe it’s already the end.  I’ve been adjusting to changes in my schedule (i.e., the kids are out of school) and still recuperating from a string of traveling.  1,124 more words

Worship

How to worship the goddess of the earth?

“Yaa Devii Sarva Bhooteshu Kshudhaa Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha”


Meaning: I bow again and again to the Goddess, who dwells in all creatures in the form of appetite. 11 more words

Goddess

Worship & Sport

Worshipping God through sport

We were created for one all-encompassing purpose: to bring glory to God in all that we do. In his book Don’t Waste Your Life John Piper puts it this way: “God created me—and you—to live with a single, all-embracing, all-transforming passion—namely, a passion to glorify God by enjoying and displaying his supreme excellence in all the spheres of life.”1 The goal of our lives is worship. 1,477 more words

Bible

Growing Worship

Welcome to this Growing Worship!

My name is Matt Odegaard and I am the Worship Pastor at Hopevale.org.  I have been leading worship for more than 20 years in various churches from 200 to 10,000 people in attendance.   70 more words

Leading

Think on These Things

“The last thing, brothers, is that whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is upright, whatever is holy, whatever is lovely, whatever is praiseworthy, if there is virtue and if there is praise, think on these things.” 779 more words

Devotions