Worship Theology 101: What’s in a Word?

The most commonly cited definition of the word “worship” is based on the etymology of the English word: “Worship” is derived from the Old English word “woerthship.” So, when we worship God, we are proclaiming (or giving him back) his worth. The variety of individuals who use this as their functional definition of “worship” is […]

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Workshops

I offer four workshops/lectures at this time (listed below, along with my current rates). If you have a specific topic or question you would like me to address, I would be happy to discuss this with you as well. To book any of the following workshops or to discuss other options with me, please contact me using […]

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Listening in Two Directions: Preparation

Last summer my husband and I took a class at Regent College on public speaking. Like pretty much every course Regent offers it was carefully researched, thoroughly prepared, and well delivered… in this case by Dr. John G. Stackhouse, Jr. Stackhouse describes public speaking as a gift: the goal is to serve the audience to […]

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