We in Mayfield, KY, had a large spontaneous revival here in 2000. There were over 900 professions in 16 weeks. Lest anyone think this is some kind of charismatic laughing revival, the three pastors who were at the center of this (including me) are all calvinists! The one thing that was very different was that we had vigorous, passionate, long, and loud worship, mostly with contemporary music, followed by at least an hour of heavy preaching by the lead evangelist. Since that time, there has been a shaking out. In the first 20 months after the crusade ended, 34 pastors were fired or forced to resign; I was the first, but most of the fired pastors had nothing to do with the revival. Several churches in our area have split or fired their pastors over "worship wars," and not just Baptists, either. We have also had three significantly large new church plants in our small county in the last two years, with other plants in some surrounding counties. The worship wars are, of course, over what kind of music to have and what kind of services to have, with usually lots of ancillary arguments related from everything from acceptance of other races to whether or not the pastor wears a tie. Have the worship wars hit your area? What has happened?