By Esther Lu There are 30 days left until the end of Lent. It’s been 17 days in and sometimes the grind of every day is too pressing. Sometimes we just need a reminder why we’re even doing what it is that we’re doing. So…the season of Lent is to rewire our focus by sacrificing […]
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Thoughts on Church Prayer By: Esther Lu What I love most about High Street is that we have congregational prayer every week that covers problems from our own communities to communities all around the world. I hope that wherever you are, whether in your bedroom or at work, you too can join with us in […]
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A Voice for Church Songs By: Esther Lu Here’s to the first Sunday of February, also known as Superbowl Sunday, but no matter what’s going on in the sports world, today and everyday is the time to praise our Heavenly Father. Shout out to TheWorshipCommunity for this setlist challenge. If you joined us today at High […]
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A Voice for Church Songs By: Esther Lu In response to a challenge by TheWorshipCommunity we will occasionally post our Sunday setlist to share with our community. Hope this also brings encouragement and fresh ideas to your church body. This week’s worship message : Let us praise and remember the Lord’s goodness, work and His timing […]
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Songs from 2014 to celebrate the end of another year. By: Esther Lu “I Am Mountain“ Gungor : A poetic song describing who humanity is in relation to the vast beauty and landscape of God’s earth. “Death of Me” Andy Mineo: Mineo veers from the non traditional forms of Christian music, but his lyrics are […]
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Not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.- Hebrews 10:25
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