Scott A. Hagan

  • The Simplicity of Praise

    God isn't looking a perfectly sung worship chorus but for the simple expression of our hearts.

    Hagan-Worship FILLER It always seems to begin and end the same--a torn envelope, then a tearful stream.

    Birthday rituals, especially those between a papa bear and his cubs, have a way of doing that. I'm as normal, I suppose, as any papa bear at the moment when, just prior to the cake and candles, I begin the jubilee by accepting my birthday cards from the kids. Responding joyfully to their eager offerings, I quickly thumb open the cards with heartfelt surprise. Then, without trying to look unappreciative for the coins spent, I swiftly glance past all the artwork and poetry.

  • Move Your Church Beyond the Color Barrier

    How a white church in a racist area of Northern California became one of the most racially diverse congregations in the country

  • Overcoming the Shame of Divorce

    Divorce doesn't disqualify you from serving God. There is hope for those whose marriages have failed.

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