When We Celebrate God’s Work

As the people dedicated the wall’s completion, a joyous celebration commenced. When we celebrate God’s work, we should be known by sincere thanksgiving.

When Nature Steals Our Song

While we were made to worship, we often neglect the blessed opportunity. If we look around us, we discover that even nature will sing our song if we refuse to do so.

Worship Isn’t About You

Instead of focusing our worship on God, somehow we have made ourselves the center of attention. Worship was never meant to be about us in the first place.

If Your Children Worship Like You

Will you pleased if your children worship like you? Cause if you want them to have a deeper spiritual fervor than your own, you might want to start giving them an example to imitate.

When I’m Unsure If I Can Make It

Habakkuk became overwhelmed as he canvased his circumstances, but He held to the hope that God would provide him with the necessary strength. When the path seems too challenging, God equips us to endure the journey ahead.

10 Common Mistakes When Leading Easter Services

When Easter Sunday approaches, church leaders feel the pressure to engage people like never before. In that attempt, we often do things that aren’t helpful. Here are 10 common mistakes to avoid while planning and leading Easter services.

O Come, All You Unfaithful

I have loved this new Christmas song. “O Come, All You Unfaithful” by Sovereign Grace Music might be the surprising encouragement that you need this year.

When Depression Deepens

When depression deepens, every person will either draw closer to God or further away from him. When all hope seems to be lost, resolve to hope in God nonetheless.

More Than the Man Upstairs

True worshipers can never perceive God as merely the “man upstairs.” As the Sovereign Maker, he is alone worthy of extravagant worship.