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Our pastor insists on loud, fast worship music. What should we do?
Billy Graham writes, "My own view is that churches should try to minister to all their members—including both youth and older people."
Did the first Christians build elaborate church buildings for worship?
Billy Graham writes, "The early Christians were small in number and often persecuted, so they couldn't build special buildings for their own use."
I'm very active in our church choir. But sometimes I wonder if it's just because I enjoy it, or because I want to serve God. How can I tell what my motives really are?
Billy Graham writes, "It isn't necessarily wrong to enjoy doing something that is good; after all, God made you, and He gave you your abilities and gifts."
We moved to a different part of the country last year, and we've about given up trying to find a church we like.
Billy Graham writes, "I hope you'll look past the differences and realize that God isn't limited to one church or style of worship."
Is [the Sabbath] supposed to be a day of rest, or is it supposed to be for worship and other church activities?
Billy Graham writes, "God told us to set aside one day out of seven for a very good reason: He knew we needed it. If we work all the time, not only will we wear out physically, but we'll also neglect our relationship with God."
Does the Bible say much about the Lord's Supper and how we ought to observe it?
Billy Graham writes, "While churches differ in their understanding of the Lord's Supper (or, as some churches call it, Communion or the Eucharist), they all realize its importance and seek to give it a central place in their worship."
What is your definition of worship?
Billy Graham writes, "When we truly are worshipping God, our whole attention is on Him ... Worship, in other words, takes place when we focus our hearts and minds completely on God."
A Conversation With George Beverly Shea
"With my song I will praise Him"
Will God Accept Our Worship?
The Prophet Amos challenges Christians to reevaluate their views of God.
Message in the Music
Tommy Coomes uses the medium of music to help people find Jesus Christ.
A Conversation With Max Lucado
Do you know how much God loves you?
A Passion for Worship
Ugandans dearly appreciate their freedom to worship.
The Great 9 to 5 Opportunity
Mark Greene, director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, recently spoke at the Billy Graham Training Center conference "His Presence in the Workplace," from which this article was adapted.
Ready for Blessing in Roanoke
After five years of prayer, Southwest Virginia is ripe for the Gospel.
Pointing People to Jesus
While it is the Holy Spirit who draws people to faith in Christ, music is one tool He often uses.
Tools in a Toolbox
Pastors find music to be a powerful tool for evangelism.
We can learn from the early Israelites how to express our thankfulness to God — beyond a once-a-year event around a dining room table.