Tag: Worship

Together for a Meal

Together for a Meal Last week I was in Grand Rapids with other endorsed worship coaches for the CRNA when measures to flatten the curve concerning COVID-19 started to appear. We quickly agreed to suspend our agenda and break into small groups to create some resources for people who were now worshiping at home or in small groups. Adam Perez,… Read more →

Scripture: Determining a Well-Balanced Spiritual Diet

What did you have for lunch last Tuesday? Honestly, it takes a lot of brain power for me to recall what I had for lunch yesterday. This doesn’t mean it wasn’t delicious or prepared with care, but rather I enjoyed it in the moment—some more than others—and walked away from it, hopefully nourished until my next meal. I often think… Read more →

Communion, Again?

The sun was streaming through the stained-glass window, coloring the bulletin as I read what was coming up in the service that day. What I saw amid the dancing rainbow caused me to sigh with an inward groan. As a kid, Communion Sunday was never my favorite, even though my mom tried to involve me by giving me a peppermint… Read more →