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Heart. Soul. Mind. | Conservative Christianity, Worship, Culture, Aesthetics, Classical Education, Homeschooling, Family - Religious Affections Ministries DONATE Advertise Itinerary Contact Home About Scott Aniol Resources from Scott Aniol Statement of Faith Philosophy Board of Directors Endorsements Resource Library Essential Resources Articles Audio Reviews Featured Articles Resources from Scott Aniol Publishing A Conservative Christian Declaration Worship in Song Sound Worship God Himself Is With Us Recovering Intentional Worship Conduct of Public Worship Building Conservative Churches Christianity and Culture Wiser Than Despair Rejoicing in Christ, the Newborn King Schedule a Meeting Scott Aniol Preaching Samples Music Samples Itinerary Meeting Endorsements Hymnal Search Worship isn’t just something we do; it is where God does something to us. Scott Aniol | July 27, 2016 | 1 comment When we tacitly assume that we are the primary actors in worship, then we also assume that worship is basically an expressive endeavor. This is why we now constrict "worship" to the song service of our gathering, the time in the service when we can express ourselves. We think of worship primarily in a bottom-up framework, as a way for us to express our praise and show our devotion--as if worship gathers us to perform… [more] Fellowship in 1 John David Huffstutler | July 25, 2016 | 0 comments The Greek word koinōnia is translated four times as “fellowship” in 1 John 1. John wrote the letter of 1 John to his readers to clarify what true Christian belief and living really were, primarily to assure them of the eternal life that they possessed (1 John 5:13). Assuming they held fast to what he wrote and thus possessed this eternal life, the readers would continue, as John said to his readers, to “have fellowship… [more] The MBA 2016 Kevin T. 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