Author Archives: jenthigpenn

About jenthigpenn

Worshipper by design, worship leader by calling... ordinary becoming extraordinary by the grace of God.

It Could’ve Been Me

It is easy to keep one’s head down and to ignore the tragedy in the world. It is easy to forget the ongoing pain of those that have been destroyed by disasters beyond their control. It is easy to critique … Continue reading

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Singlehood is a gift, too. Your future doesn’t begin once you find a “significant other”. It’s happening now.

Originally posted on Eugene Cho:
It’s that season that some call Valentine’s Day and as such, it may be an occasion of celebration or an occasion of some anxiety. Or maybe neither. Maybe it’s just another day. Or maybe it’s…

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I can remember fondly reading Charles Shultz’s Peanuts comic strips and finding a kindred spirit in Charlie Brown, particularly when he would throw up his hands, raise his rounded face to the sky and cry out “Good grief!” It was … Continue reading

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Are We Headed For A Crash? Reflections On The Current State of Evangelical Worship

Originally posted on Worthily Magnify:
Last week I spent a couple of days attending the National Worship Leader Conference, hosted by Worship Leader Magazine, featuring many well-known speakers and worship leaders. The conference was held about 15 minutes down the…

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A Prayer of Saint Patrick.

Christ be with me, Christ before me, Christ above me, Christ below me, Christ on my right, Christ on my left, Christ where I lie, Christ where I sit, Christ where I arise. Christ in the heart of every man … Continue reading

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Be The Change.

At 26, I am very thankful to live in the generation I do. Had I lived in my parents generation or even my grandparents generation, life would have been very different for me and for my friends. But here we … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning & A Necklace Metaphor

I have decided to take this first official day of my Spring Break to dedicate to Spring cleaning. Most people would think I’m insane, but cleaning actually relaxes me (maybe that has something to do with needing to control things, … Continue reading

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