Tag: Family Worship
The Rhythms of Family Worship
Any program for recovering the vitality of the Church—whether the Benedict Option or some other—must have as one of its goals that ministers work “to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be...
Singing as Part of Family Worship
The Mere O family worship series has been characterized so far by a markedly Reformed style. Jake’s and Eric Parker’s posts both emphasize catechesis, reflecting their roots in a tradition that has been notable for its mighty historic catechisms. My...
Family Worship: The Voice of Rejoicing in the Christian Home
I’m pleased to publish this contribution to our family worship series from Shane Anderson. “The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous!” (Psalm 118:15)
On Family Worship and Failure
The latest post in our series comes from Eric Hutchinson.
Family Worship as Spiritual Formation
The first post in this series comes from my friend Eric Parker.
On Reinvigorating Family Worship: A Mere O Project
I’m excited to announce a short series of posts we’ll be running in the coming days on family worship. I have had a growing sense of the need for this sort of series for awhile, due in part to the BenOp...