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Andy and Rachel Graham - Vision in the Wild — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

05.16.2018

Earlier this May, alumni Andy Graham and his wife Rachel released a new album, Vision in the Wild. A follow up to their 2016 EP Awake, this collection of 10 new and original songs offers the listener a sweeping view of their faith, wh. Learn more about the project, from the Grahams themselves, below.

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Reflections on the Online Experience with Derek Williams — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

04.20.2018

I didn’t know how much time I would need to spend away from my job and family every week to do the coursework. I didn’t have much of an idea as to what kind of work we would actually be doing. That was all explained well up front and things settled in really well. When […]

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Live from Facebook — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

03.23.2018

QuestionsJosh: Can you weigh out the pros/cons of participating in the on-site intensive versus simply the online experience for an out-of-state student? Cameron: We’ve launched, about two years ago, and online platform. We basically filmed an onsite intensive. All of the teaching, Q and A are on film. You join a coaching huddle, watch these […]

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Worship in Europe — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

10.27.2017

So much of what God’s done in worship around the world was born in Europe. I think about the Reformers who reimagined worship in Geneva, Germany, Czechoslovakia. I’ve treasured the Timeless sacred hymns from Sweden, England, Ireland. I remember the Timeless sacred art from France, Italy, & Spain. Europe has ushered in Renewal movements that […]

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The Story Behind: Shalom — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

06.29.2017

This past fall my Aunt Melissa suddenly became very ill. Weeks later she was diagnosed with cancer, too sick to begin any treatment. My mom’s oldest sister, who had seemed healthy a month ago, was now on a hospital bed with word from the doctors-“there’s nothing we can do.” My mom and I are as […]

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Preaching Through the Lens of the Enneagram — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

05.02.2017

HOW TO USE THIS TOOL:When you’re wanting to connect a point with your congregation, choose one type from each of the 3 Centers to speak to and you’ll be connecting with 100% of your congregation. Maybe for one point, you choose 8, 5 and 2. Maybe another is 9, 6, 3. As you progress through […]

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I Thought You Would Want to Know — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

03.20.2017

This is a guest post from Dr. Sam Hamstra:I recently had the privilege of hanging out with about 20 dedicated volunteers who serve the worship ministry of their congregation, one that worships nearly 1,000 people each week. Their worship pastor had just moved on to a new church and, before launching a search for a […]

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The People of the Future — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

12.07.2016

Even better than traveling backwards, what if we could travel forward into the unknown future? Now that’s different isn’t it? To me, the future seems to be way more of a sensitive subject than the past. At least we can read about events before our time in history books. Maybe it isn’t the past that […]

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Worship Pastor or Karaoke Singer? — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

11.07.2016

Tragedy struck a family in our church and, while visiting their house, I was called upon to lead worship for a room of grieving family members, with no monitors, no lights, no haze, no band, no confidence monitor, and no advance notice. And in that moment I found myself with nothing to sing and even […]

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Church History and Modern Worship (Part One) — 10,000 Fathers Worship School

12.09.2015

Constantine was a complex character; one who was named a pagan god but also a saint by the Eastern church. He led the cessation of persecution for Christians but also contributed to a culture of simony and corruption. Whether or not Constantine’s contribution was for the benefit of the Church depends on who you ask. […]

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