Worship

The Job of the Worship Leader

For worship leaders: What’s our role as a worship leader? Matt Craig writes: “[The worship leader’s] job is to bring order (when needed) and provide the best possible opportunity and environment for us to worship.” In a previous paragraph, he reminds us that as worship leaders we cannot: Lift the hearts of those taking part … Continue reading The Job of the Worship Leader

Worship and God’s Worth

The greatest commandment is to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind” (Luke 10:27.) How does this relate to worshiping through singing? Do you love the Lord when you sing to or about Him? Do you give God … Continue reading Worship and God’s Worth

We All Worship Something

We all worship something. Be it ourselves, a sports team or celebrity, material goods and money, the latest trend, a job or God. Where do you put all your time and energy? (Or where do you wish you could put all your time and energy?) How would you most want to spend a day if … Continue reading We All Worship Something

Worship Misconceptions

It may surprise some of us that there are people who think that worship is for us instead of for God. Many also see or treat worship as entertainment (worship-tainment as some call it). Worship does benefit us, but it is something that we do for God. I was incredibly surprised myself to find that … Continue reading Worship Misconceptions

In Awe of the Savior

What does our worship of our King look like? Are we moved and in awe of the Savior? Are we inspired with passion to know Him and make Him known? Do our souls leap within us, stirring a song of thanksgiving to pour forth from our lips? Jesus sacrificed it all for us. We could … Continue reading In Awe of the Savior