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In memory of… relic or symbol?

15Oct

Three All Saints worship ideas, including one fully-scripted service CLICK HERE Does your church worship relics? “We’re Protestants! Of course not!” you say. Well… As All Saints Sunday rolls around again I am reminded of a church consult I did years ago that […]

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“The Politics of Change”

26Jul

In this excerpt from my new book, Think Like a Filmmaker, we’re going to talk about reactions people have to changes in worship, and how you can reach peaceful resolution through the spirit of radical hospitality. You’re invited to use the reflection questions at […]

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“The Order of Worship: Narrative Flow”

14Jul

In this excerpt from my new book, Think Like a Filmmaker, we’re going to explore how the four-fold pattern of worship provides a solid and inclusive framework for all the elements of today’s worship experiences. You’re invited to use the reflection questions at […]

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“The Importance of Embodiment”

07Jul

In this excerpt from my new book, Think Like a Filmmaker, we’re going to examine why the dramatic arts claim a rightful place in worship as we seek to embody our faith, both in worship and in our everyday lives. You’re invited to use the reflection questions at […]

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“The Art of Creating a World”

01Jul

In this excerpt from my new book, Think Like a Filmmaker, we’re going to look at ways to expand our understanding of the media arts as more than just “a big, electronic bulletin.” You’re invited to use the reflection questions at the end as you consider ways […]

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“Musical Transitions”

23Jun

In this excerpt from my new book, Think Like a Filmmaker, we’re revisiting the concept of transitions from last week, but this time we’re looking at the musical transition as a way to move from one action to the next. You’re invited to use the reflection questions […]

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“The Verbal Transition”

15Jun

In this excerpt from my new book, Think Like a Filmmaker, we’re taking a look at the verbal transition, one of the many practices of the verbal artist. You’re invited to use the reflection questions at the end as you think about how the verbal arts are used to clarify, […]

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