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Why We Sing Together

This will get you ready for Sunday when we gather to sing!  Bob Kauflin develops our thinking about singing here.  Excerpt:

Singing is meant to be a whole-hearted activity. Emotionless singing is an oxymoron. God gave us singing to combine objective truth with thankfulness, doctrine with devotion, and intellect with emotion.

No more standing in silence!  Unless of course you are all choked up because of the love of God through Jesus Christ.

Categories: Andrew's Blogs, worship
  1. Jean Jobe
    March 30, 2011 at 6:16 pm

    Andrew, I can’t imagine just singing and not getting involved in it. I even sing around the house (all the time). My kids and I used to ride down the road singing to the top with a soundtrack. Those were good days, good memories. God bless you.

  2. Ken England
    April 1, 2011 at 11:26 am

    I thought this one was hilarious I also heard it a long time a go

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