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February 2007 Archives

Called to Worship (p7)

posted by Robert Gelinas

So that’s what I’ve learned by looking up at old church bells.  Perhaps, what we are discovering is that we need a theology of worship that matches what we believe worship to be. If we believe that the church should […]

Called to Worship (p6)

posted by Robert Gelinas

What if today, the whole worship service is the ringing of the bell–the call to worship? What if people are so pressured and exhausted that when they arrive in the pews (on time I might add) they are in no […]

Called to Worship (p5)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Could it be that contemporary pastors and worship leaders are glorified Quasimodo’s?  Modern day Hunchback’s of Notre Dame! I beginning to think so.  When we stand before God’s people it isn’t that they do not have clocks or watches.  Quite […]

Called to Worship (p4)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Do people really worship in worship services?  I remember reading about a poll that was taken of people after attending a worship service and what they found is that if the music portion of the service lasted longer than twenty […]

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