A Worship Service Full of Misery

Since we're on the topic of music, I remembered something from high school as I was listening to some music this weekend. OK, so I wasn't listening to Christian music... I have this soft spot in my heart for "The Big 90's Weekend" that is on 94.1 down here in Atlanta. It's actually quite disturbing …

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Two Worship Albums This Year That Make Me Hopeful – Part Two

In my first post on this subject, I wrote about Matt Redman's 10,000 Reasons album. In this post I would like to briefly touch on another album released this year and then give a summary of my thoughts.The second of the albums is "God of Victory" by The Village (from The Village Church).With regards to …

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Two Worship Albums This Year That Make Me Hopeful – Part One

This year, there have been two worship albums I've purchased that make me very hopeful about the state of modern ("contemporary") worship. In general, here is why I believe this - the lyrics have a deep theological emphasis while at the same time the music is good, modern, but not distracting, and draws people into …

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Lincoln Brewster featured in the Line 6 Newsletter

This was cool - the most recent Line 6 newsletter has a "recommended" section in which they have this:Lincoln Brewster discusses his live rig and the great gear responsible for creating his sought-after sounds.Here they link to a YouTube clip where Lincoln discusses the gear he uses live. This was random to see Lincoln, who …

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