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21st century worship: ‘It’s not like it used to be’

July 9, 2011

[globegazette.com – Mason City, IA] By John Skipper

Once a mainstay of tradition, discipline and conformity, the Christian church has widened its scope in order to reach more people.

Contemporary services have been added; big-screen graphics highlight the spoken word and song; praise songs have become more popular than hymns; drums have replaced organs and there is more emphasis on politics, social justice and social networking. Read story»

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