Here’s two great reasons to be at Vortex this Sunday: #2 – We’re doing a few new songs.
I don’t normally get all jacked up about some new songs, but these songs are really powerful. There’s something about truth that has embedded itself into melody that resonates inside of our souls. I’m excited for you hear them! It’s supposed to be quite nice outside this weekend, so enjoy your baseball and softball practices, walks and play time outside, but don’t forget to make time to ga
First and foremost this is a small fracture in a greater conversation that has been emerging for years concerning worship styles. I’m looking forward to the day that the “how” of worship is talked about a lot less than the “Who” of worship. The object of worship is Jesus. I believe God is freeing us from the absurd, fast-food-type obsession with getting Jesus, our way, when & how we want Him. Thats what you’re radio and your iPod are there for.
If you’re spending a lot of ti
Here are my favorite worship albums I’m listening to right now … Hillsong Church “A Beautiful Exchange” AMAZON / ITUNES Favorite Songs: “Love Like Fire” / “Open My Eyes” / “Like Incense. Sometimes By Step.” Jesus Culture “Your Love Never Fails” ITUNES Favorite Songs: “You Won’t Relent” / “Your Love Never Fails” / “I Exalt Thee” Zao Water Tribute (Featuring John Mark McMillan, Rita Springer, Jonathan Helser, Eric Hurtgen, and others) “I Dreamed There Was A Fountain” DOWNLOAD F
Worship Music is diverse stylistically. Every style of music has emerged within the worship music industry (make no mistake, it is an industry). If rock and roll’s your thing, there are rock and roll worship musicians for you. If country is your thing … If hip/hop, jazz, etc … its out there.
I will openly admit that I grew up listening to grunge/alternative music (Pearl Jam, Counting Crows, and Nirvana) and now predominately listen to modern rock (U2, MuteMath, The Killers,
Psalm 69:30 “I will praise God’s name in song and glorify Him with thanksgiving.”
Psalm 118:14 “The LORD is my strength and my song; He has become my salvation.”
If you don’t know this already: worship is more than singing. Worship ultimately is a lifestyle of response to a great and loving God. If you ever make the mistake to limit it to singing or music, you’ve missed the true pleasure of what worship is.
But, worship is singing; it’s part of it. If you have a problem