Sound of Judah: Day Five
Oct26

Sound of Judah: Day Five

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!” Day 5: How Should We Praise? As Christians, I think we’d all agree that praise is important. But, like...

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Sound of Judah: Day Four
Oct24

Sound of Judah: Day Four

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 4: Where Should We Praise? We live in a very compartmentalized world today. What I mean by...

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Sound of Judah: Day Three
Oct22

Sound of Judah: Day Three

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 3: When Should We Praise? The Scriptures are very clear that our praise should flow in and...

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Sound of Judah: Day Two
Oct21

Sound of Judah: Day Two

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 2: Why Should We Praise? The answer to this question is very simple. We should praise God...

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Sound of Judah: Day One
Oct17

Sound of Judah: Day One

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 1: What is Praise? Whether we should praise God or not has never really been highly...

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Who Keeps Us From Stumbling?
Sep14

Who Keeps Us From Stumbling?

  What is Doxology and Why Jude? At Garden City and The Doxology Project(TDP) we believe in living doxologically. Are you thinking, “Doxology? That’s a fancy word and probably too complicated for me.” It’s not! Let me explain. In other posts I’ve shared how the word “doxology” comes from the Greek word δοξολογία, from δόξα (doxa), meaning glory, and λογία (logia), meaning logic or saying.  To capture the...

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Art and Reason
Sep07

Art and Reason

Baumgarten, in the middle of the 18th century, working from a mind set based in the thinking of those in the Enlightenment and Renaissance, wrote a book called Aesthetics in which he differentiated between things in the world that come from clear knowledge and those that come from feelings. This work introduced a divide into how we think about art and reason. What subtly formed from Baumgarten’s work forward is what philosophers like...

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Marriage | A Work of Art
Aug08

Marriage | A Work of Art

Marriage is a creative work! Creativity is a marriage! I’ve been pondering this a lot lately in regard to what God has to say about the Art of Marriage in the Scriptures. Our artist, Yahweh, and our Lord God, in the opening scene of Scripture, bursts into darkness to create light; land and sky; and all creatures and creepy things. This includes us, and all of our creepy neighbors who live next door. All of creation originated in the...

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Jul21

One of our aims at The Doxology Project is to provide helpful articles that aid in shaping a holistic and biblical worldview.  We desire to help people see everything in the world as theological (making statements about God). Every slogan, from Burger King’s “have it your way” campaign, to Nike’s iconic “Just Do it” tagline, and every created product from the iPhone to the Droid makes promises of what it will take to apprehend the...

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Art in Christian Missions
Jun29

Art in Christian Missions

Jesus Makes… In Matthew 4:19 Jesus called his disciples to follow and promised them that He would “make them fishers of men.” The Greek word for make, poieō, has some interesting implications. This word can refer to authorship, production, construction, formation, fashion, commerce, and even performance. In the same way that John the Baptist “prepared”—poieō the way for the Lord, so was Jesus planning to prepare these seemingly earthy...

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Winston Churchill on Creativity
Jun01

Winston Churchill on Creativity

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, was a British statesman who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. Churchill was also an officer in the British Army, a historian, a writer (as Winston S. Churchill), and an artist. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature, and was the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the United States.¹ Amongst his numerous writings and teachings can...

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Diamonds and Coal

Nebuchadnezzar was a powerful King, descending upon the world with great political force—one of great sadness and tragedy, at that.  Not only did he use his power to besiege God’s city of Jerusalem(1)–bringing back its treasures and people to be dedicated to his “gods,”(2) even as God granted him favor and power amidst his arrogance(3)— Nebuchadnezzar still tried to seek prosperity and prowess apart from the Lord’s...

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How Jesus Uses Art
Apr20

How Jesus Uses Art

Have you ever thought of Jesus as an artist?  Think about the rhythm of the Creation account at the beginning of Genesis.  The God of the entire universe bent down over the dust of the earth (raw material), scooped it up as a potter takes clay, and began to form and shape it.  He then breathed his message of truth, life, and the way into the lungs of Adam, and God’s very own masterpiece came to life.  Not only is humanity a work of...

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Psalms for Good Friday |  Our Song in the Night
Apr14

Psalms for Good Friday | Our Song in the Night

GOD WRITES SONGS OF HOPE Garden City released Psalms Vol. 1 in 2016 Download it Now! Psalms Vol. 2 to be released in April of 2017 Psalm 77 | My Song in the Night http://www.worshipministrycatalyst.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Psalm-77_My-Song-in-the-Night.mp3 Many churches from all denominations across the globe are entering into the season of Lent to prepare for Easter. Whether you observe LENT or not, it’s a season to...

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Psalms for Lent | Arise Oh God
Apr12

Psalms for Lent | Arise Oh God

GOD WRITES SONGS OF JUSTICE Garden City released Psalms Vol. 1 in 2016 Download it Now! Psalms Vol. 2 to be released in April of 2017 Psalm 74 | Arise Oh God http://www.worshipministrycatalyst.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Psalm-74_Arise-Oh-God.mp3 Many churches from all denominations across the globe are entering into the season of Lent to prepare for Easter. Whether you observe LENT or not, it’s a season to prepare afresh to...

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Psalms for Lent | Cast Down Your Burdens
Apr05

Psalms for Lent | Cast Down Your Burdens

GOD WRITES SONGS TO RELIEVE BURDENS Garden City released Psalms Vol. 1 in 2016 Download it Now! Psalms Vol. 2 to be released in April of 2017 Psalm 55 | Cast Down Your Burdens http://www.worshipministrycatalyst.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Psalm-55_Cast-Down-Your-Burdens.mp3 Many churches from all denominations across the globe are entering into the season of Lent to prepare for Easter. Whether you observe LENT or not, it’s a...

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