I have a dream that one day every church leader will champion worship to happen in the disciples they are making. We champion giving, missions, and serving but oftentimes, are less than enthusiastic or passionate about encouraging songs of the redeemed to rise up and be proclaimed. The result is that we have a lot of spiritually malnourished Christians in the area of worship. You may question that statement saying that “worship” happens in your services.
by Yancy Preschool worship is full of wiggles, giggles and fun but it can be more than just jumping up and down and spinning in a circle. I thought we could dig in and discuss how to help the preschoolers in your church have a blast singing and praising God. Music is an amazing tool
by Bob Singleton, President of God’s Kids Worship® “I’m a teacher, not a worship leader. I have no talent. I’m too shy. I can’t sing. I don’t know the motions. I barely have time to get my curriculum ready. We don’t have enough volunteers for a worship team.” I hear a lot of excuses for
This post was guest written by Jeff Smith. We were made for praise. The Bible says, “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.” Psalm 150:6 The breath becomes voice and movement when we express our worship in praise. We know that praise is physical because many of the words used in the Hebrew language
This post was guest written by Jeff Smith. As children’s ministry leaders, can you qualify what your children actually ‘do’ in worship? Have you ever sought to bring intention to your teaching on the subject of worship in children’s church? When someone says, “Come, let’s worship,” what do you think of doing? What is Worship?