'Worship'

Weary

By Aaron Griffith It’s been hours since I last thought of time. I have become lost here, somewhere between night and day. Here in this place, surrounded by my thoughts, within a realm void of time, lost to the world, I find solice. The silence, pristine and beautiful, is tainted only by the sounds of [...]

Praise – Our Weaponry

Praise – Our Weaponry By Pam Vernon ‘The life that counts must hopeful be, In darkest night make melody, Must wait the dawn on bended knee- This is the life that counts..’ 1 Darkest night? Melody? Could God be serious? I reached for the concordance to check this strange link – darkness and melody? Somewhere [...]

Worship Through Relationship….Are You Seeking God’s Face or His Hand?

By Karen Wolff Have you ever spent time with one of your kids where all you did was just “hang out?” If you have grown kids, and you ask them what they remember most about their childhood, I would bet they recall a time where you spent an afternoon participating in some fun activity. As [...]

It Makes a Difference to This One

By Tonja Taylor I grew up Southern Baptist. Then, in my early 20s, the LORD graciously introduced me to the high praise and drama of Carman. Through his music, the LORD has done much healing and freeing of my spirit, including teaching me to raise my hands in worship (called “Yodah” in the Hebrew). Since [...]

Unchanging Love

By Mike Mattice Prior to their disobedience, Adam and Eve enjoyed daily intimacy with God. He literally walked and talked with them in the beautiful home He’d made for them. They knew Him as a faithful companion. He was a loving Father, teaching them all about the world He’d created just for His …

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