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What Is Real Worship?

In the life of a Christian, worship is a necessary discipline in developing a relationship with our Maker and Savior. How did I learn about real worship? There were times before taking classes through Artios Christian College (formerly, LifeSpring School of Ministry) when I believed that worship was only what happened at church with the […]

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From Plow to Pulpit – a life lived in preparation for ministry

Pastor Nick Nimchuk served the Church of God (Seventh Day) as a minister in both Canada and the United States for almost 40 years. The following is his story – the story of a young man who went searching for his purpose in life, and found that purpose as a pastor. Whether he knew it […]

Why We Keep Singing Together: Examining Our Approach

How do we navigate a universal function of the corporate body that our culture is slowly viewing with lessening fervor? Is singing in a church setting meaningful anymore? Is it a valuable part of who we are or simply a part of service?

Why We Keep Singing Together: Building Each Other Up

My local church’s worship team is really tremendous. Vocals, drums, guitars, piano—all very talented. Yet they just can’t quite measure up to my favorite worship band and they rarely play any of the songs on my faves list. Don’t get me wrong, I like our pastor (oh, wait, I am the pastor) but he just […]

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Why We Keep Singing Together: The Heart of Worship

Matt Redman penned these powerful opening words to the song, The Heart of Worship, in the late 1990s. These lyrics reflect what our attitude should be regarding worshiping together today: When the music fadesAll is stripped awayAnd I simply comeLonging just to bringSomething that’s of worthThat will bless your heartI’ll bring you more than a […]

Why We Keep Singing Together: A Timeless Act of Worship

Why We Keep Singing Together: A Collective Response of Love to God

Why We Keep Singing Together: An Artios Roundtable Discussion

Why Worship?

Biblical reasons to celebrate our good God.