Saturday, October 9, 2010

Worship Thoughts

The church in North America lives too much by borrowing and creating nostalgic moments; too much of our worship events are media-driven uses of nostalgia to create moments of personal experience in a crowd of strangers.  Too little does it live into the memory of its story; it is largely forgotten by most who come to church buildings looking for moments of spiritual engagement to resource the thinness of their disembedded, fragmented lives. 
Roxburgh and Boren, Introducing the Missional Church, 2009, p61

You might also be interested in this interesting review of a David Crowder worship conference, and/or some good advice about geting really good at something.

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