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Worship-Driven (p3) Sermon Discussion

posted by Robert Gelinas

Fannielouhamer Our worship is our witness.  That is clearly seen with Paul and Silas as they worshipped in prison.  (Acts 16) We also looked at the lives of Fannie Lou Hamer and Tony Dungy.  Our worship is unto God but it almost always is in the presence of others because worship is life. 

Quietsrength As you look back over this series on worship, what stands out to you most?  What has God been saying to us as a community?  Any thoughts on todays sermon?



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chele

posted October 2, 2007 at 4:25 pm


What stands out most to me is…..I have not been “WORSHIPPING”. I have had moments of worship, but it should be a life of worship. Thank you for “ringing the bell”. I needed a reminder of my call to worship no matter where I am or what is going on in my life. That IS what God’s people do.



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Bob Agard

posted October 2, 2007 at 9:38 pm


Fannie Lou Hamer was an incredible human being. Another incredible human being has a book out: Clarence Thomas. He is a humble man of God and a wonderful role model for any of us.



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