Worship

The Case for Feet Washing

Free Will Baptists differ from most other groups in our belief that Jesus commanded his followers to imitate His example of washing the disciples’ feet as a memorial ritual, an ordinance. But is this really the case?

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The Pastor as Worship Leader

In recent years, leading worship in the average church has been assigned almost solely to those who minister in music while pastors distanced th emselves from any responsibility with regard to the spirit of worship.

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The View from the Pew

A layman calls for a return to biblical preaching.

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The Pastor’s Role in Worship

Is there a biblical theology of worship? Or does anything go?

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God’s Mandate for Worship

Jesus taught his disciples four essentials for worship that would prepare them for service.

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Four Keys to Vibrant Worship

The issue of keeping worship services vibrant touches one of the most sensitive areas of feelings in any church.

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