By Rich Kirkpatrick
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Welcome to Worship Mythbusters, hosted by blogger & worship leader Rich Kirkpatrick of www.rkblog.com. Worship Mythbusters is about debunking damaging thinking that gets in the way of our worship. Employing the Socratic method, this podcast explores popular notions that may be more myth than truth. Remember, this is your conversation...
||CleanEPISODE 16: Beauty – Its not a bad word in worship! – Staci Frenes Interview||**Anson Sexton you WON the drawing for the FREE CD. Email to Rich-AT-WorshipMythbusters.com to claim it! This is Episode 16, September 2012. My name is Rich Kirkpatrick and you are listening to WorshipMythbusters.com.||9/11/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 15: Sacred Space – Mel McGowan of Visioneering Studios||Show Notes: Learn more about Mel McGowan and his work with Visioneering Studios with the links below. Mel’s blog: http://melmcgowan.com Visioneering Studios: http://www.visioneeringstudios.com/ My Refuge House: http://myrefugehouse.||7/22/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
Thought provoking, challenging, fun
If you're a fan of allaboutworship, the Songwriter's Cafe or worship discussion in general you will love this podcast! Rich is a great host, the guests are authentic and accessible and the conversation is always thought-provoking and an enjoyable listen. I recommend subscibing to Worship Mythbusters - it's definitely worth your time.
Finally intelligence and honesty in a worship discussion...
I am a huge fan of Rich's blog so when I heard he was doing a podcast it was a no brainer to tune in and listen.
This discussion is chock full of brain stimulating and heart prodding topics. It is great to hear people talk about things in the church, ministry and in worship that not only have experience but have seen the good and bad side of church.
This is a great podcast to get you out of your comfort zone, challenge you and make you think. Ultimately it all points back to worshiping God which is where it needs to head. SUBSCRIBE NOW!!! or I will come after you!!!
Great Resource and Discussion on Worship
There are a lot of opinions, thoughts, and preferences about worship. There are times when people just operate out of different expressions, and there are times when people operate out of potentially hazardous thoughts and myths. Through Worship Mythbusters, Rich does a great job of exposing some long-held myths, what they mean, and then engaging in conversation. It's not a "this is the only way to do it" thing, but an opportunity to engage and evaluate. If you're a fan of All About Worship and similar podcasts or are a fan of Rich's blog, you won't want to miss this podcast.