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Lenten Meditation – week 1

March 12, 2014 by


For the past couple of years Meag and I have tried to do different things during lent to help us draw nearer to God. The customary abstinence from some mindless task, the addition of more spiritual practices into our lives, trying to be more intentional with our relationships, etc . . . This year one […]

Music in the Church – Where we are now

May 24, 2012 by


Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 In general there are three categories that are used when talking about Corporate Worship in today’s church.  They are; Traditional, Blended, and Contemporary. There are other stylistic/philosophical categories but they can all be boiled down into these three. For a more in depth look we’ll take these […]

Music in the Church – Where we’ve been

May 17, 2012 by


...the [ worship war ] has started to become less and less heated. This is partly because culture has shifted even further left and thus the spectrum we are used to is shifting...

God’s Gift -or- Mood Altering Substance

March 15, 2012 by


Yes Music is both. When God created the world He made everything Good. Well, almost. There is one thing that God said was not good pre-sin. That was for man to be alone. So, after showing Adam how no created being could quell the sense his sense of solitude, God remedied this one lack. He […]

Worshipping| in Spirit and Truth

February 15, 2011 by


As we sing we are responding to God in a way that He has deemed appropriate to do so. We are also declaring truth with our own mouths, and we are showing our unity by agreeing with one another that these things are true. All of these bring glory to God.

Desert Song

July 30, 2009 by


This is a song that we will be introducing at Calvary in August, it has depth and passion and, like a lot of Hillsong songs, evokes an emotion of deep seated worship and awe.  It is off their recent album “Across the Earth//Tear Down the Walls”.  This video Gives the story of one of their […]