There is greater meaning to living a life of worship than singing or meeting once in a while at a gathering. There is so much more to worship. We are called to exalt Jesus not simply through a word spoken or a song sung, but by the giving of our lives. We are called to … Continue reading There Is More to Worship
What does it mean to be a worship leader? We know it is not simply to sing songs or be a musician: There is so much more. Our call is to minister to the heart of God and to lead others to do the same when we gather as a Body. We serve others by pointing them to the One who gave His life for us and is worthy of our everything.
Whether you are in a season of the fireworks of God's love or a time when you seem unable to feel His presence, here are some keys to experiencing His presence both tangibly and supernaturally! Key #1: Heart Posture Our ability to engage with God in relationship is most influenced by the posture of our hearts before Him. … Continue reading Experiencing God’s Presence: Four Keys
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 Worship Leaders, What Is Our Role?