Reformation Worship: An Interview on Liturgies from the Past for the Present (Part 1)

April 12, 2018Reformation, Worship

Church history teaches the present how to move into the future through its instruction from the past. Reformation Worship, edited by Jonathan Gibson and Mark Earngey, brings forth such instruction on the topic of worship from the era of the Reformation. Containing 26 liturgies from sixteenth-century Reformers, Reformation Worship stands as “a worship resource of almost unparalleled richness,” … Read More

Worship By Means of Confession

July 8, 2014Church, Jeremy Kimble, Worship

This summer our church is doing a preaching series on the doctrine of the church. We are discussing a variety of aspects, and one facet we will discuss is the worship of the church. Most often, when people conceive of the idea of worship, they picture instruments, choirs, and hearty singing by the congregation. This … Read More

Gazing on His Beauty (Fred Zaspel)

February 5, 2014Fred Zaspel, Worship

In Psalm 27:4 the Psalmist-Prophet-King David unveils the deepest longings of his heart.  “One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek after: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to inquire in his … Read More