Entertaining Worship

So, I was thinking that there is a false choice that seems forced upon us in our age — either you can have worship that is innovative and “entertaining”  or we can have worship that honors traditions and is thus, “boring.”  The choice is false because no matter how we worship, we have lost the ability to engage the truth of the human condition and its connection to God in our worship.  In an article that succinctly calls attention to this false choice and glaring lack, I hope you find something that provokes you to answer the question, “So, what is worship really about?”  Enjoy — CLICK HERE>   Article | First Things.

Pastor Tim

Author: Pastor Tim Olson

Husband, father, pastor, beggar, full-time saint, full-time sinner

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