Podcast Episode #395
The Church Curmudgeon (David Paul Regier) joins us to talk about humor and worship in the church.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Hymns are something people hold onto throughout their lives.
- Worship is not a spectator sport.
- It’s possible to keep a worship service fresh without having to do the hot new thing.
About the Church Curmudgeon
Church Curmudgeon is the old guy who sits on the back pew of the sanctuary, farthest from the drums (he measured). He began Tweeting to bring balance to the cyber-continuum, which was leaning towards young and dumb, and to help people build character by overcoming obstacles (he is usually that obstacle). You can also find his complaints on Twitter (@ChrchCurmudgeon) and Facebook.
David Paul Regier is a worship leader and songwriter living in Murrieta, California
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