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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Si Se Puede: Contextualizing Lyrics for New Generations

Recently the question “Should We Update Old Hymns to Address Modern Themes?” was asked in Christianity Today. I appreciated the article and that friends that work together can all have different takes given their context, denominational background, ethnicity and worship philosophy. Check out the article. For this expert weighing in, I’d be up on the top of the list with Pastah J (Jonathan Brooks). Si se puede! Contextualizing for the different generations and cultures is […]

Busy Busy Week

Started out at the Duke Divinity Latino Pastors retreat preaching from Luke 14 “El Gran Banquete”, which comes straight from The Next Worship chapter, facilitating bilingual conversations on listening to your community and empowerment (CCDA). Then after two days of catching up at Grace and Peace (GAPC), i headed to Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) to compel college ministers to consider how diverse worship can transform their students.  The day ended as I lead worship with students […]