What’s God Got to Do with It? by Ken Myers

Contours of Culture

What’s God Got to Do with It?

Not long ago, while flipping through the pages of a prominent Evangelical magazine, I noticed an ad for a software package. The application was designed for worship leaders (or, more accurately, Worship Stage Directors or Worship Production Managers), and the ad copy promised that the software would keep track of all sorts of details surrounding the worship experience: musicians’ schedules, whereabouts of media production elements, licensing fees, and so on.


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