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3 Reasons You Should Stop Designing for Your Church

Posted by Jonathan R. Bailey on 22 April 2016

Think of designing like preaching. They don’t let just anyone get up there and start talking about the things of God. It takes time, diligence and preparation, to name a few. There is a sense of calling and passion - it’s not just a hobby.

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Lincoln Brewster: backstory to the new "Oxygen" album

Posted by Craig Borlase on 21 August 2014

Watch Lincoln's interview with American Bible Society where he talks about growing up in a less than ideal childhood home, learning to love guitar through the introduction of a mandolin, trusting God, and the backstory to his new "Oxygen" album.

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When Funny Doesn't Equal Happy and Public Doesn't Equal Private

Posted by Craig Borlase on 13 August 2014

Yesterday's news of the passing of Robin Williams - like so much of death - is too much for many of us to fully comprehend. It leaves us asking questions, knowing that...

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Expanding Our Expressions Of Worship

Posted by All Sons & Daughters on 10 June 2014

A few years ago, we formed a creative team at our church (Journey Church in Franklin, Tennessee) that was comprised of a graphic designer, a producer, musicians, painters, and pastors. We called ourselves...

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Losing Baggage To Get Close

Posted by Gareth Gilkeson on 10 June 2014

There’s a formula for happiness. Sure, it’s not like it gets printed out and passed around for us to learn, and it’s not as if we ever really get examined on it. But there’s a formula all right. And my guess is that all of us know what it is.

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Comparison Is Opposed To Celebration

Posted by Gareth Gilkeson on 10 June 2014

Too many of us have followed the trail of breadcrumbs that take us away from whatever it is in our past that we hope to leave behind - whether it’s pain or insecurity, suffering or self-doubt. We sign up for the unspoken hope that in becoming a spectator in life we can find safety.

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Time For a Change

Posted by Beth Croft on 10 June 2014

Often you don't realise you're in a rut until you begin to climb out.  There's something wonderfully familiar about the coming and going of the four seasons - the regularity, stability and security they...

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The Friday Pickle: should worship leaders put their pictures on album covers?

Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 June 2014

  Chances are, you sit somewhere between seeing them as a naked display of arrogance and ambition or a divinely-inspired incentive to worship. But whether they’re a harmless example of cultural relevance or another step...

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Top 5 mainstream albums with great lyrics that worship writers need to own

Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 June 2014

Music and storytelling have always gone hand in hand. Here are five classic albums with amazing lyrics that anyone trying to share stories of faith through song should own.

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The Unlikely Candidate

Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 June 2014

A while ago I went to my dead mother’s 21st birthday party. Admittedly, it wasn’t strictly my mum’s birthday; instead it was the anniversary of the charity that she helped establish 21 years...

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