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You Don’t Have to Yell

You don’t have to yell when you preach, but you can increase intensity… What? Increase intensity but not yelling? What are you talking about? OK, sit down for a moment and let’s talk… Someone said once when the only tool

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Practicing Preaching and Christian Living – Lessons from the Trumpet

Well I spent a significant amount of time practicing the fundamentals of music. I played many scales and arpeggios (chords). I turned them into patterns and exercises. I played major and minor scales. I played them from memory as well as sight read the scales and patterns. I would play many different patterns and piece them together in different ways. I played them high, play them low, play them staccato, play them legato, play them whole notes, half notes, quarter, etc.

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My God, My God, Why….?

On the cross Jesus uttered a fascinating sentence. We find it in Matthew 27:45-46, Jesus said “My God, My God, Why has thou forsaken me?” If you have been in the church for even a short time you have heard

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Revised Common Lectionary
Transfiguration Sunday (February 26, 2017)
  • OT: Exodus 24:12-18
  • Psalm: Psalm 2 or Psalm 99
  • Epistle: 2 Peter 1:16-21
  • Gospel: Matthew 17:1-9
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