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Friday, January 27 – 6:00pm – 9:00pm
“Therefore, let us be grateful for receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, and thus let us offer to God acceptable worship, with reverence and awe…”Hebrews 12:28
Gathering as the church to worship our Lord is one of the greatest privileges and responsibilities we have as Christians. But after a season when we were encouraged to isolate and keep our distance, has it now become the norm to find reasons to forsake gathering together before the throne of God as the body of Christ in worship and service?
It may be time for us to be reminded that corporate worship is not just about personal preference, convenience, or entertainment. There is a significant reason why meeting with God in worship should be a priority in our lives that transcends all else. Please come and join us as Jonathan Landry Cruse, author of What Happens When We Worship, a Tenth intern alum, and current pastor of Community Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Kalamazoo, Michigan, will encourage and challenge us to think afresh about what happens when we come together as a body and worship our great God and Savior.Loading...
|6:00pm||Lecture 1 – Meeting with God|
|8:00pm||Lecture 2 – Transformed by God|
About Rev. Cruse
Jonathan Landry Cruse pastors Community Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Kalamazoo, MI, where he lives with his wife Kerri Ann and their two children. From 2012-14, while studying at Temple University, he was a pastoral intern at Tenth. He serves as an editor for Modern Reformation magazine, writes for Ref21, Tabletalk, and The Gospel Coalition, has published over 30 hymns, and is the author of The Christian’s True Identity, What Happens When We Worship, and The Character of Christ (Banner of Truth, forthcoming).