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Dr. Tim’s Worship Tip of the Month – January 2014

Start the New Year with a New Song I admit, I like the challenge of making every worship service fresh and unique. Not just to showoff my prowess on ‘newness’ but to help the congregation see and hear Jesus in fresh new ways – even with the same-old songs! The Hebrew word for ‘new’ is […]

Dr. Tim’s Worship Tip of the Month – December 2016

We join with the angels/we join with the shepherds/we sing to the mountains – Gloria I know that your average congregation gets glutted with Christmas songs and ‘cheer’ even before Thanksgiving so it makes it difficult to get them to sing it ‘one more time’ at church. And then add in traditions, myths, legends, nostalgia, […]

Dr. Tim’s Worship Tip of the Month – January 2013

Keeping It Fresh in a New Year I admit, I like the challenge of making every worship service fresh and unique. Not just to showoff my prowess on ‘newness’ but to help the congregation see and hear Jesus in fresh new ways – even with the same-old songs! The Hebrew word for ‘new’ is the […]

Dr. Tim’s Worship Tip of the Month – December 2012

He Comes to Make His Blessings Flow (far as the curse is found!) Can you imagine Christmas without music? A true ‘Silent Night’? Personally, I love Christmas and all the music that goes with it. Many say I have an ‘anointing’ for it, but I know that might not be the case for your average […]

Dr. Tim’s Worship Tip of the Month – June 2012

Reintroducing the Hymn In our constant search for the ‘new song’ let us never forget the ‘old-new’ songs that have passed the test of time, songs of faith passed down through generations, songs of theology and understanding that deserve a second look and maybe a makeover.  Many hymns have never been heard or sung by […]

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