A Call to Worship

April 8, 2013
GoldSash Publishing is proud to announce the release of Zak Howard's debut album, A Call to Worship.

The album features 10 cuts that take the listener on a charted course for vulnerable, transparent, and authentic worship. The lyric content is real and magnetic. Leading edge acoustic guitar grafts are featured against a backdrop of throw-back keyboards. Zak Howard's voice is warm, and styled. His vocal riffs are inviting, clear, and enjoyable to listen to. The CD is a thirty-nine minute excursion taking the worshiper from a beginning place of awareness and recognition of the position of Almighty God, to a place of genuine confession, and finally suquences  to sweet release and restoration. The tunes transportand lift up.

You can pick up your copy here for $10.99 today.

 

Debut Album by Zak Howard

March 9, 2013
GoldSash is proud to announce the release of the much anticipated debut album by Zak Howard, A Call to Worship. It features Zak's riveting vocals and exquisite guitar work that headline the worship band. This worship experience soars. Earthy raw lyrics from an authentic journey, the transparency and vulnerability will inspire your heart, and lift your soul.

The final edits have been send to production and the projected release date is March 20th. Be sure to like GoldSash Publishing on Facebook...
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IS THIS WHAT FAITH LOOKS LIKE?

November 25, 2012
I'm excited to announce the release of my new book, IS THIS WHAT FAITH LOOKS LIKE? To commemorate twenty-five years in ministry, I wrote daily a post that appeared on Facebook, Twitter, Google+1 and Youversion under the heading "uplifting and encouraging posts, substantive and inspiring." The posts generated thousands of likes. Now, you can have the book.


 
IS THIS WHAT FAITH LOOKS LIKE? is a one-year devotional journey in which the author carries on conversation with his reader. You will enjoy...
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A Model on Mentoring

June 29, 2012

A popular television series features various forms of communal living in America. Weekly episodes feature the Hutterites, the Amish, and other peripheral movements. Granted there are dysfunctional displays, after all it is drama. The tension makes for good TV. And I notice misapplication of Bible beliefs and intentions, as well as improper understanding of Church practice. But as one embedded in American norms, I am struck with the simplicity of their lifestyles. Each movement is absolutely c...


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Elisha Room

June 19, 2012

A number of years ago I was asked to be the speaker at a special banquet in honor of newly ordained ministers. I asked my wife Stefanie to help me on a project. She is very good with crafts. We went to a craft supply and purchased the items needed to make a Bible that would fit on the bookshelf in each of their libraries. We painted it to appear just like any other Bible you would have in your collection. The Bible was made of cardboard and was hollow. In it we recreated the Elisha Room of 2 ...


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Eternity in our Hearts

June 6, 2012
Latest Devotional Video: Eternity in our Hearts.
 
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The Christian Hokey-Pokey

June 3, 2012

I don't believe I have ever met a Christian that has not, at one time or another, willingly or by provocation, participated in the kid-song Father Abraham had many sons. It is our Christian version of the Hokey Pokey.

Do you remember when the religious leaders got in an argument with Jesus? They claimed special credentials because they were from the lineage of Abraham. I can just hear the dripping arrogance as they retort, "Abraham is our father." Jesus said in essence, "I know you're from the...


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I'll Run No Matter What

May 9, 2012

"'I'll run no matter what!' Ahimaaz insisted. 'Alright then, run!' Joab said." (2 Samuel 18:23)

One soldier was afraid to take the life of the rebel Absalom because he overheard the king's command to bring him back unharmed. Joab had to do the deed himself. And then his armor bearers finished him off. But this young man Ahimaaz is fearless, He volunteers to bear the bad news of Absalom's death to the king. Joab refuses him because he usually brought good news, and sends another. Ahimaaz persis...


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The Implications of Rapture Theology upon Ecology

May 4, 2012
Here is a piece about the way belief in a literal, physical rapture of the Church impacts the current issues of ecology in a green world. We live on a privileged planet. We are called to be stewards. What does that mean for a Pentecostal Christian? A heady piece of theology with in-depth explanations and observations of opposing views. The Implications of Rapture Theology upon Ecology.
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You No Good Rapscallion

February 23, 2012
A few thoughts on the comforting words of Moses to break camp and call them back in. This post is about how uplifting it is to have the Lord with you, whether in the heat of battle or in the place of rest.
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A little bit about


Keith Howard Keith is the proud husband of Stefanie, and they have two boys, Zakary, and Nicholas. He is the lead pastor of Buckeye First Assembly, a progressive, Pentecostal congregation in an exburb of Phoenix. Together Keith and Stefanie have been in ministry for more than two decades having served three congregations in Texas, Colorado, and now Arizona. They have been music ministers performing musicals for all ages; writing and aranging for choirs and orchestras; leading worship bands. Keith holds a Master's of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a BS in Sacred Music from Southwestern University.
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