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I was recently reading a dialogue in a Facebook group I’m a part of that basically said that folks under 35 only want to sing worship music in church like Passion/Bethel/Hillsong, to name a few, while folks over 65 only wanted to sing traditional… Continue Reading “Generation X: Tolerant of All Types of Church Music?”
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About a year ago, I had a conversation with a church member who, among other things, wanted to know how and why I chose the songs for worship here at our church. I asked more specific questions such as: what are some of your… Continue Reading “Familiarity is the Key to Selecting Songs for Worship”
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.