Posts tagged with: worship

Free to Worship Christ

How We’re Learning By Kori Yates I could tell you all about crazy. I could remind you how busy the Christmas season is. I could tell you the importance of each moment and memory through the entire season. I could...

Free to Be ME!

  How We’re Learning By Claudia Duff   Do You Know Who I Am?   My military ID card expired! That sentence will strike fear in the heart of everyone associated with the military–dependent, active duty, retiree, reservist. Your ID card...

Living Settled in a Transitory Life

Lord, I don’t know if I can do this again. I’m weary and worn from the transitions in this military life. After all the moves, I’m too tired to pack and unpack, to say farewell to good friends, to leave...

Free from Weariness

How We’re Learning By Muriel Gregory   Adversity Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. John 12:24 Crushed dreams....

Stepping Away form the Mic

Stepping Away from the Mic   As a vocalist and worship leader, the semantics of where I stand in front of the microphone has been drilled into me. Through many years of practice and application, I have set these parameters...

Stones and Declarations

Stones and Declarations Recently, in my quiet moments with Jesus, I have been reading through the Gospels. I love to read about God with flesh on. How He moved, how He was different, and how He was the master of...

A Deliberate Choice

A Deliberate Choice   Just the other day, as I drove down the familiar road towards home, a song came on the radio. I hadn’t heard it before. The melody and strong piano line grabbed hold of my attention. It...

Killin’ It

Killin’ It   I am a military wife. I am a homeschooling, box-packin’ (and un-packin’), commissary rockin’, chapel lovin’, sisterhood sharin’, Bible breathin’, hands lifted worshipin’, and God-fearin’ woman. I could go on and on, but I am running out...

Seeing Rightly

Seeing Rightly   Worship is more about seeing rightly than it is about singing robustly. An acknowledgement of the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. (Psalm 27:13) Without vision, without “seeing” well, we can not hope...

Not Alone

Not alone   I am not alone. Neither are you. It’s a miracle, really. In a world full of autonomy and the emphasis on individual strength and fortitude, I find that we are largely missing the point. Largely missing out...