Monthly Archives: March 2008

Coming back to the heart (and lungs) of Worship

So, those of you who have known me for any length of time, will know that praise and worship is something that I think about a lot.  One of the things that I love to do is to help people engage with God through music and praise, and will, next week be talking about some of this stuff in a Worship Teams Stream at a CU leadership conference.  I will talk a bit about worshipping as a community and therefore the need for creativity.

You see, I am passionate that we have got to think creatively when it comes to leading people in worship.  That we’ve got to love our community well when we lead: not just thinking about what pleases us, but what might be helpful for others to lift their thoughts to God’s revelation of himself.  Creativity, creativity, creativity… That’s all I talk about.

Turns out I’m a great big hypocrite – because I think this has gone too far…

I’m sorry I promised something serious, didn’t I?  Oh well – its MY blog!


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Vomited over by a dead cow

I promise I’ll write something more worthwhile soon, I just HAD to do this…



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Read this

No conclusive thoughts as yet, but interesting reading!


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A new love interest

ITV 3 has begun to show The Wonder Years every evening beginning at 7pm.  I remember watching some of it when I was wee – probably the first time it was aired on British tv.  It was okay, I mean – it wasn’t quite Neighbours or The Cosby Show, or The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air…

What was I thinking?!?  Life, love, laughter… And a great theme tune to boot!  This show is GREAT!  Watch it!

The Wonder Years


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