Bobby Neal Winters on Worshiping After the First Date
When my wife and I started attending our church in 1989, we only attended about once a month or so, but each Sunday I was there, I was faced with a variety of hymns I didn’t know. I made the mistake of voicing a desire to have some contemporary music added to the service, when I really meant I wanted to have some Fanny Crosby, Augustus Toplady, and Charles Wesley added to the mix. I was, unknown to myself, running into territory where angels fear to tread.
The Alternative Service
If you’d asked anyone who knew anything about music, you’d have been told that our church had the finest music in town. This is a result of bei . . .
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