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Your Favorite Christmas Songs

Have you been part of the worship wars? These usually center on music.

It’s interesting that one place in which Christians tend to agree about music is the Christmas carols. Why do you think that is?

PURPOSE: To help us sing the carols with meaning.

Have you been part of the worship wars? These usually center on music.

The Best Party Invitation You'll Receive This Year. . .

How well do you think you know the Christmas carols? Let me give you the words from one of the carols, and tell me what carol it is.

PURPOSE: To help us sing the carols with meaning.

How well do you think you know the Christmas carols? Let me give you the words from one of the carols, and tell me what carol it is.

The True Reason For Joy This December

Have you noticed how easily a tiny typographical error can change meaning? Here’s a familiar Christmas carol that suffered from a typographical error:

PURPOSE: To help us sing the carols with understanding.

Have you noticed how easily a tiny typographical error can change meaning? Here’s a familiar Christmas carol that suffered from a typographical error: "God rest you merry, gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay; Remember Christ, our Savior, was born on Christmas Day, To save us all from Satan’s power when we were gone astray."

A Story About The Carol "angels From The Realms Of Glory"

Do you use a hymnbook at your church? Many congregations today flash the words of hymns and choruses up on the wall. There are certain advantages to that, I suppose, because heads aren’t turned down; they’re turned up. But there are some

PURPOSE: To help listeners sing the carols with meaning.

Do you use a hymnbook at your church? Many congregations today flash the words of hymns and choruses up on the wall. There are certain advantages to that, I suppose, because heads aren’t turned down; they’re turned up. But there are some disadvantages as well.

A Lively Discussion On The Heart Of Worship Part 5

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the praise music at church. The beat is good, the melody is catchy, and you know some of the lyrics from songs on the radio. But does good music equate to sincere worship?

A Special Series On The History Of Our Favorite Christmas Carols

The familiar strains of Christmas carols fill the air this time of year. You hear them in grocery stores, in malls, in church services. But they aren’t mere melodies. For some the history goes back thousands of years. Let's get in the true spirit of Christmas!

A Christmas Carol Designed To Reveal The Hope We Have In Christ

Christmas isn’t a joyful time for everyone. For some it’s a lonely time thinking about a family member already gone. Or perhaps a nerve-racking season when finances are stretched thin. Discover hope even In the Bleak Midwinter.

A Captivating Story About A Christmas Carol That Inspired Peace

A young man wrote the favorite Christmas carol, "Angels from the Realms of Glory," during a time when slavery and oppression ran rampant. When two countries were at odds, this young revolutionary published a poem that inspired peace in the land.

Discover How God Cares A Great Deal About Your Work Part 2

You may be surprised to hear that the Bible says a lot about your occupation. So often we think God only cares about the spiritual aspect of our lives, but God also cares about our work.

A Fascinating Discussion About Your Occupation Part 3

Your work, your attitude, your service, matters to God! God wants to engage us in every aspect of our lives, even on the job!

Take A Look At How Your Faith And Your Job Intersect Part 4

Sometimes work is boring. And at times, the monotony is more than you can bear! Well, even when the routine makes you feel insignificant, you can be sure that your work matters to God!

Worship Is More Than A Sunday Morning Event, It’s A Way Of Life! Part 22

When we think of worship, we picture churches on Sunday mornings, with the congregation singing hymns or praise songs.

Why is life so unfair? Part 1

If life were fair, good people would always be rewarded and bad people would always be punished. But life rarely ends up that way. Join us today as we take a tour of Psalm 73, which provides a biblical perspective on the unfairness of life.

A praise song about bitterness Part 2

Typically, we think worship music should express our love, joy, or gratitude to God. That's why the lyrics of Psalm 73 can be a bit shocking. Join us on "Discover the Word" today for an eye-opening conversation.

A biblical perspective on the unfairness of life Part 3

When good people get cancer and when bad people get promotions, we may feel tempted to say, "God, what is going on?" Today we take a look at Psalm 73, which asks the question, "Why is life so unfair at times?" Discover the answer with us!