Links worth reading #3

Digital gluttony is killing my prayer life – Paul Anleitner

Gluttony is defined as an excess in eating or drinking, and in the same way consumption of food and drink must be mastered to have in moderation to the profit , and not harm, of your body, we must wrestle in 21st century to moderate or digital appetites for information and interaction to prevent the harm of our minds and spirits.

 

Courage in the ordinary – Tish Harrison Watson

“Oh, you. I’ve heard about you. You’re the radical who wants to give your life away for Jesus.”

 

6 things to look for in a co-writer – Sean Hill

Can you worship even when the music stinks – Aaron Armstrong

I’m not saying we shouldn’t all be pursuing excellence to the degree of ability God has given us, but have we lost the ability to be engaged in worship even when we aren’t particularly into the style, when there’s only a piano and a couple of singers, or when the special is a bit off-key?

I know a lot of folks who, if you put them into that kind of setting, would be so distracted they won’t know what to do. I know others who it wouldn’t be phased at all. And I’ve gotta say, the ones who wouldn’t be phased tend to be the more spiritually mature people I know.

 

Why your song choices are failing – We Lead Worship

How much time did you spend studying the words you were going to sing?

What do you think?