Monthly Archives : April 2005

For All the Saints

For All the Saints

In this article, Rev. Terry Dittmer examines the current teen “trend” toward more traditional forms of worship. Continue reading

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Bible Study: Can Music Move Mountains?

Bible Study: Can Music Move Mountains?

Can music move us toward a deeper, richer faith in Christ? That is for you and your students to decide as you walk through this study. This study urges you to compare songs with Scripture and discover whether the songs speak God’s truth. Continue reading

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Tradition

Tradition

In this article, Pastor Murray, senior pastor for Memorial Lutheran Church, Houston, TX, considers the eternal benefits of the Continue reading

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Skit: Goosebumps for Jesus

Skit: Goosebumps for Jesus

Calling all worship planners! In this original skit, a group of worship planners dive head first into creating a contemporary worship service, complete with music, fun, and…glitter? Continue reading

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Praise an Audience of One

Praise an Audience of One

Powerhouse is the youth-let worship service held at Immanuel Lutheran Church in St. Charles, Mo. This article provides tips and focus for those interested in beginning a youth-led worship service in their congregations. Continue reading

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Steppin Up

Steppin Up

Adam Caciano, a St. Louis native and senior at Kirkwood High School, does not yet know what God has in store for his future. But Adam is working for the Lord now as a member of a youth-led worship planning team. Led by their DCE, Jeremy Becker, the youth at Concordia Lutheran Church have been constructing worship services for several months. Read more to find out how it all began. Continue reading

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