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Worship in the face of death

Carl Truemann on Tragic Worship: Christian worship should immerse people in the reality of the tragedy of the human fall and of all subsequent human life. It should provide us with a language that allows us to praise the God of resurrection while lamenting the suffering and agony that is our lot in a world […]

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Light for the Lost Boy

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Loving Andrew Peterson’s new album, Light for the Lost Boy. Snippets from the Christianity Today review… Peterson’s lyrics walk the tightrope of the human condition, at once feeling the crushing weight of mortality and the fierce hope of eternity. After all, the light of redemption shines brightest when set against the darkness of loss. And… […]

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Worship Made In Canada?

I have mulled this post around for a while. Canada Day (July 1) seems the right time to publish it. I believe that being in church is important for my children and for me. We’ve rarely missed a Sunday since Jane died. It hasn’t been easy though. My hearing has been amplified by mourning. Things […]

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