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‘Good, Good Mother’—On Mother’s Day, Texas Church Worships God As Female

Even left-leaning Christians are “very late in the game” to this realization, Morriss said, urging worshipers not to “act like it’s our first time in the end zone.” He adds, “One of the least attractive characteristics of progressive people is that when they learn a new thing, they act all super-woke.” Meanwhile, “Great faith systems around the globe have always understood this,” and so have “all the great mystics of all time.”

In addition to “Good, Good Father,” the worship team also changed lyrics in “Wonderful Maker,” singing about “the heart of a mother.”

ChurchLeaders has reached out to Austin New Church for comment and will update this article in the event of a reply.

Correction: The article has been corrected to say that Housefires, not Chris Tomlin, originally wrote “Good Good Father.”

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