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Nov 2016 3 Nov 3, 2016
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We're kicking off the Doxology & Theology Conference today! We'll be live-streaming the main sessions at the link below, so tune in and join the conversation on Twitter using #doxandtheo16! Here's a link to the schedule so you can see when we're live. Come learn with us!...Read More

Oct 2016 31 Oct 31, 2016

We usually think of the Reformation of the 15th Century in terms of doctrinal renewal. But we also owe the Reformers a debt for the renewal of worship. Here are some of the key areas......Read More

Oct 2016 28 Oct 28, 2016

Check out the breakout sessions available at this year's Doxology & Theology Conference! Sign up now, and we'll see you there!...Read More

Oct 2016 24 Oct 24, 2016

We’re less than two weeks away from #doxandtheo16, and a few spots are still available. (Also, registration closes October 31.) If you’ve been on the fence about joining us next week, here’s three reasons to sign up today....Read More

Oct 2016 17 Oct 17, 2016

This year, we asked you to fill out a short survey to help us know more about you and the ways we can serve you best. Thank you for filling out the survey! We had hundreds of responses, and your input helps us understand why you're a part of Doxology & Theology. Check out the infographic below to see more about who comes to D&T and why....Read More

Oct 2016 7 Oct 7, 2016

The Corner Room’s latest project, What Great Mystery, is a collection of five hymns that explores the mercy of God for sinners. One of these is a retuning of Horatius Bonar’s hymn, “Thy Works, Not Mine, O Christ.”...Read More

Sep 2016 28 Sep 28, 2016

Our instinct in thinking about worship from a biblical perspective is, rightly, to go to the Psalms. But have you ever considered going to Proverbs?...Read More

Sep 2016 8 Sep 8, 2016

Emotions in worship are a touchy subject. They’re touchy because, first, worship is often intensely emotional, and, second, many of us have had unpleasant experiences with leaders who have abused that reality. In my opinion, there are two extremes, neither of which are healthy or biblical, and both of which should be avoided through pastoral wisdom and grace....Read More

Aug 2016 24 Aug 24, 2016
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Our church sings original music. Not always, but sometimes we do it. Most of the time it’s awesome, but other times, it’s an exercise of patience for our congregation. Recently someone asked me to explain why our church writes original music, so I’ve been thinking about all the ways songwriting serves our local church....Read More

Aug 2016 17 Aug 17, 2016
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Song and melody not only unite us with others, but also touch parts of our hearts that might surprise us. This Independence Day liturgy took a truth that wasn’t immediately at the forefront of my mind and moved me from passive forgetfulness into active gratitude....Read More