Jesus is more than our dreams can hold and more than Disney can illustrate… He is the King of all Kings.
I Found a Treasure is a song that tells the story of one who set out in search of happiness—“endless joy and perfect peace”—and found it.
It is good and right for children to sing catchy songs with theologically-rich lyrics. But it is even better for them to understand the fullness of what God calls us to in worship.
“Tell The World” not only reminds us but also urges us to go and tell others about Jesus. It brings the proclamation of the gospel from truth spoken to truth sung by the lips of sinners like you and me.
No amount of good works or religion can take away the punishment we deserve. Jesus is the only one who can save us from the penalty of sin and restore our relationship with God.
Singing “Jesus Forever” is singing the story of Jesus, who He is and what He’s done. We sing with HOPE in our hearts, knowing that there’s no end to Jesus.
Years ago, we set out to summarize the gospel into easy-to-memorize statements, in hopes that kids could recite the gospel to themselves and share it with others, from this we developed the “6 Basic Truths.”
We all know singing is great tool for memorization. You may not have heard a childhood song for 10 years, but as soon as the tune hits your ears, the words come flooding back.
We all recognize that singing is a huge part of our worship services, but can we really equate singing with worship?
In this video, worship leader Brett Land shares how we as worship leaders can engage the church through a posture of remembrance and of expectation.