Our Top 5 Most Read, Most Interesting and Most Debated Posts of the Year
It is hard to believe that August is fast approaching, and that 2011 is more than half in the tank already. We have had some very interesting debates and discussions here at Not For Itching Ears. In case you missed them (how is that even possible) I have posted their links here.
Our Top 5 Most Read, Most Interesting and Most Debated Posts of the Year….
1. My Authentic “On The Border” Salsa Recipe (Just like the Restaurant) (Nothing debatable here! This is just good eating!)
2. Worship Leader Make Over: So You Want The Congregation to Sing More? Try this…(Be nice when you disagree with me!)
Well, there you have it. Read through any or all of them and join the discussion!
Posted on July 20, 2011, in Christianity, Contemporary Church Culture, The Christian Life, The Cross, The Seeker-Sensitive Church Model, Worship and tagged christianity, communion, cross-centered worship, early church history, El cristianismo, faith, George Barna, Gospel Centered worship, Jesus, Not For itching Ears, On the border, religion, seeker-sensitive, singing, worship, Worship Leading. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.