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Can't Jesus Be Enough

The giant screens announced, “Caution: High Intensity Strobe Lights Used In This Service”. I mused that I had never seen such a warning posted at a church service before!

But in today’s church of the hi-tech gospel this may be all too familiar. One church spent in excess of one million dollars upgrading their lighting system to the latest state of the art quality that would rival any modern performance hall.

Other churches seeking to be a part of the…

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Added by Scott Wesley Brown on March 22, 2016 at 6:11pm — 3 Comments

Worship, Ministry & Shoelaces

Ask any serious College Basketball fan who is the greatest coach of all time and you will more than likely hear the name John Wooden. He is the first person inducted into the Basketball Hall Of Fame both as a player and as a coach!

As a coach he led the UCLA Bruins to victory in ten NCAA National Championships in a twelve-year span, a record unmatched by any other college coach. In 27 seasons under Wooden’s leadership the Bruins won 664 games!

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Added by Scott Wesley Brown on March 22, 2016 at 6:08pm — No Comments

One More Day In The Gym





One More Day In The Gym by: Scott Wesley Brown





I never had the privilege of meeting the late coach and Hall of Famer John Wooden who led the UCLA Bruins basketball team to ten NCAA national championships. But I feel like I’ve grown to know him through a staff member at my church whose husband played under Wooden along the side of such

basketball greats…

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Added by Scott Wesley Brown on July 17, 2010 at 1:36am — 1 Comment

Tying Our Shoes For Worship

Ask any serious fan of basketball in America who the greatest coach of all is, and you will more than likely hear the name John Wooden. He is the first person ever inducted into the basketball Hall Of Fame both as a player and as a coach. As a coach he led the UCLA Bruins to victory in 10 NCAA National Championships in a twelve-year span. This record remains unmatched by any other basketball coach. The Bruins won 664 games in 27 seasons under Wooden’s leadership.



But each year as the… Continue

Added by Scott Wesley Brown on September 30, 2009 at 5:00am — 4 Comments

Where Worship Begins

Where Worship Begins by Scott Wesley Brown



I really didn’t want to be there at the door. There were so many things I had to do to get ready for worship that Sunday morning. Greeting people at the front entrance was not my idea of getting prepared for the opening set of worship songs. All I could think of was, did everyone have the song sheets in the right order? Did the singers have enough rehearsal time to get those harmonies down tight? Was that monitor going to keep buzzing… Continue

Added by Scott Wesley Brown on June 20, 2009 at 3:54pm — 17 Comments

A prayer for those in ministry

G.D. Watson a Wesleyan Methodist minister, evangelist and missionary (1845-1924) wrote these rich words that speak to me so often when I loose sight of God's jealous love for me. I pray this encourages you as you seek to serve Him.



OTHERS MAY, YOU CANNOT



"If God has called you to be really like Jesus, He will draw you to a life of crucifixion and humility, and put upon you such demands of obedience, that you will not be able to follow other people, or measure yourself by… Continue

Added by Scott Wesley Brown on November 9, 2008 at 10:29pm — 3 Comments

In God's Shadow

IN GOD’S SHADOW by Scott Wesley Brown



I want to tell you about one of my heroes from the Bible. Not your typical sort of hero like David or Paul, but one whose name is rarely mentioned, let alone heard have. His name was Bezalel and he was an artist.

He wasn’t a singer or instrumentalist, but an artist whose resume' should be the benchmark of anyone who desires to serve the Lord through their gifts, musical or otherwise.



As I look at my journey of over 30 years in… Continue

Added by Scott Wesley Brown on October 1, 2008 at 9:38pm — 5 Comments

"Unified Worship over Blended Worship".

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Worship this side of Heaven: the call for “Unified Worship”



Have you ever wondered what worship will be like in Heaven? We all know that it will be glorious and that we will have the honor of worshiping Jesus face to face.

But what kind of worship genre will it be? Will it be traditional or contemporary, Puritan psalm singing or Gregorian chant, Vivaldi choruses or Passion Praise? Will it be in unison or four part harmony, acapella or accompanied… Continue

Added by Scott Wesley Brown on September 12, 2008 at 9:00pm — 8 Comments

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