Rather than allowing ourselves to be impressed by how professionally we can execute the task of worship, let us be people who find our complete satisfaction and deepest delight in simply and consistently hearing and speaking the gospel to one another, by any and all means possible.
Our churches, the people God has entrusted to our care, need to be reminded of God’s goodness and faithfulness on a consistent basis. We need to be reminded that God still reigns and that Jesus is still saving the lost.
Here are 3 tips from Logan Walter to help you build a better worship set list.
We can’t move people to worship no matter how hard we try, God is the one who moves hearts. We can’t make people worship Him, He is the one who moves our hearts to a place of worship.
People frequently ask me about resources for readings, prayers, and other spoken texts for worship services. At my church Sojourn, our worship service planners and even our songwriters use The Worship Sourcebook
It wasn’t long before I realized that these kids needed me to provide more than just music; they needed me to serve as an example and they needed me to engage them.
Leading worship with our KIDS ministry is a lot of fun, and it’s exciting knowing that we are helping to shape the next generation of worshippers.
The important part is to remember that we are modeling and teaching what worship is and how God loves us to worship him. For many of us, these early years are our first taste of what it means to worship Christ.
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