March 24, 2014 | Tom Olago
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Did you know that 76 percent of young American adults below 32 years of age, consider living together before marriage as acceptable? And that 65 per cent of singles who intend to marry-including professing Christians-now live together before marriage?
By Gary Bauer
Senate liberals wasted a lot of hot air talking for hours and hours about global warming, just in time for much of the country, including Washington, D.C., to get hit with another winter blast. But where does the issue, so important to the left, rank with the American people? According to Gallup’s latest ranking issues, climate change is almost dead last, coming in 14th out of 15 issues tested. Washington liberals are so out-of-touch that it’s not surprising they are doing the exact opposite of what most Americans want. Much of the country would probably appreciate a little global warming right now! If you think this winter has been cold, you’re right. In fact, it’s been the coldest winter in 100 years!
I’ve always been on the fence about doing secular songs in worship. I personally don’t care for it but have played them when a pastor has asked. However, a recent trip to Elevation Church has caused me to make up my mind.
Twenty-five years ago, it would be unthinkable to sing a secular rock song in church (you couldn’t even get away with an Amy Grant tune!). When did this all start? I’m guessing Willow Creek, the original seeker church, was the culprit. (And we all know how their seeker methodology panned out. Read “Willow Creek Repents?“) Continue reading “Should Worship Leaders Sing Secular Songs in Church?”