Damage Report!

Like a lot of congregations, First Christian has been worshipping apart since March. It's been going okay, though I'm glad I had some skills in video editing before this all hit. I wanted to share with you a sample from last week's service. The first is a video from the sermon by my friend Rob.... Continue Reading →

Why We Worship

One of my first memories is being a kindergartener at St. Agnes Catholic School in my hometown of Flint, Michigan.  We would line up and leave the school building to enter the church building.  The sanctuary was wonderland for five-year-old me.  Banners were placed at the front of room indicating what time of the liturgical... Continue Reading →

Tragic Church?

An interesting meditation on the role of the tragic in life of Christian worship and in modern culture: The problem with much Christian worship in the contemporary world, Catholic and Protestant alike, is not that it is too entertaining but that it is not entertaining enough. Worship characterized by upbeat rock music, stand-up comedy, beautiful... Continue Reading →

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