In our media centered world, we have high expectations of what we choose to see, where we choose to go, how we choose to worship. We can watch a three-hour movie with rapt attention, but it’s hard to sit still for a 30 minute sermon and the pastor is usually the one who gets the blame. “The worship service is never about the preacher. It’s about making connections: with God, with each other, and with the community.” It’s about communicating. How is this accomplished? Learn how in this article from Adventist Review entitled The 11th Hour by Stephen Chavez.