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Episode 4 : Personal Worship

Episode 4 : Personal Worship

Welcome to the First Community Podcast where we talk about life and faith with our First Baptist Family.

This episode is all about personal worship. How do you maintain a posture of worship in your everyday life? What does that even look like? Ms. Evelyn Cunningham came in to share some of her story with us and to tell us what God is doing in her life right now. She even shares what her personal worship time looks like.

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Meal Time Worship

Meal Time Worship

I love food. If this were a food blog I would fill you in on the recent culinary findings that have changed my life, but since this is a church blog I will talk about prayer – specifically prayer before meals. Last week as I was eating a sandwich at my desk (shhh don’t tell our Continue reading →

Believing What We Sing

Believing What We Sing

When I was pastor of a church in Oklahoma I had another minister in town say to me, “what we believe is what we sing.”

I have thought about that statement many times. There is so much of our theology wrapped up in the hymns and songs that we sing. We believe in the power of the blood of Jesus to cleanse our sin. That is why we love to sing the hymn, “There’s Power in the Blood.” We believe that God’s grace is amazing, therefore we sing, “Amazing Grace.” I believe that there needs to be a fresh call to examine what we sing. Whenever we come to a worship service we are involved in singing. Is the theology in the song sound? Does the text stand the scrutiny of scripture? Our hymns and songs of praise declare our faith. When we sing we are declaring to God our praise for Him. When we sing we are declaring to a lost world, this is what I believe!
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