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What is the “right” music for worship? What constitutes “wrong” music for worship? These questions, and the ensuing debates, have driven a polarizing wedge between otherwise like-minded churches.
What are the best practices for choosing church music? How can we find more unity in the Body of Christ and disagree without calling into question each other’s faithfulness to Christ, to orthodoxy, and to orthopraxy?
A pastor makes the case that musical form conveys meaning and that traditional forms are better suited to convey Biblical truth.
The Council of Eighteen recommends Mike Hess as the next national representative of the GARBC.
For some time John Greening had been telling the Council of Eighteen, “I am planning to retire soon, and I would prefer a search process begin sooner rather than later. Don’t wait to seek God’s man.”
The Council of Eighteen shares answers to common questions about its recommendation of a national representative.
When it comes to congregational worship, what are we actually doing and why are we doing it? Is there a right way? Is there a better way?
With the conclusion of his tenure just around the corner, the GARBC national representative is completing a few final initiatives, including investigating the possibility of helping churches provide for pastors’ retirement needs.