Five way to dwell on the Word when you can’t read

Astonishingly, I have said before and I say it again, the Bible nowhere insists that you read it. Despite our frequent insistence to the contrary,

Music, culture & urban church: a response

Dave Williams has written an interesting post on music, culture and the urban church over at faithroots. You can read his article here. An interesting

Singing in a language not our own

This last Sunday we sang what was, to my knowledge, the first ever song sung entirely in Farsi at Oldham Bethel Church. We purposefully picked

On exclusive psalmody in worship

I am currently working my way through Rosaria Champagne Butterfield’s book, The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert. The book details the thought process and feelings of

Is God’s greatest pleasure to make us happy?

Many of you will have come across Victoria Osteen’s most recent internet hit. In leading the audience to participate in a time of worship, she offered

Knowing vs feeling in worship

Here is Alistair Begg on knowing vs feeling in worship. His point is an interesting one and pertinent for those suffering with depression, grief or

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