Worship

3 Questions to Ask When Planning a Worship Service

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Does your church's worship honor God? (Lightstock)

Do you approach worship with a humble spirit, desiring to honor God? Is your worship biblical, meaningful and powerful?

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Have Church Choirs Become Irrelevant?

Have church  choirs become a thing of the past?
Have church choirs become a thing of the past? (Lightstock)

Have you noticed a rapid decline in the number of church choirs? What happened to them?

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Want Better Worship Services? Build Better Worshippers

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Are you building strong worship leaders? (Lightstock)

Churches and pastors want their worship leaders to lead by example as worshippers. But how much are they investing in their worship teams and leaders to train and mentor them?

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3 Signs the Worship Wars May Be Ending

Are the worship wars in church coming to an end?
Are the worship wars in church coming to an end? (Facebook)

For decades, church members have been fighting, splitting and lamenting the state of music in our worship services. Find out why that trend may be a thing of the past.

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Jack Hayford: Why and How We Worship

Jackhayford“To Him who loved us and washed us from our sins in His own blood, and has made us kings and priests to His God and Father, to Him be the glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen” (Revelation 1:5-6, NKJV).

Over the years I have sought to teach people both why we worship and how to worship. Worship has often been misunderstood as the musical prelude to the sermon, rather than the means by which we, as the people of God, invite the dominion of His kingdom to be established on earth.

Psalm 22:3 says that the King of kings is literally “enthroned” in our praises. Wherever God’s people come together to worship, and where that happens, all the weight of His glory, His rulership, and His dominion are present.

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Learn to Have A Vibrant Christian Life

-handreaching-shutterstock-designus-djgisjpgLife in the Spirit is anything but dull. Learn how obedience to the voice of God is your passport to a vibrant Christian experience.

One of the most exciting aspects of the Spirit-filled life is the fact that we can have adventures in God that reveal to those around us His supernatural nature. In the coming days, I believe many of you are going to begin to flow in signs and great and mighty wonders.

Some of you will be stirred to do even greater things than others have accomplished in the past through the name of Jesus. Often God works this way—doing greater things as each new generation comes along.

During the late 1970s and 1980s, I pored over books written about the great men and women of faith. As I read, I prayed, "Lord, I want to do these things and greater." Often I would get down on my knees and weep, crying out to the Lord for revival and the harvest among the nations.

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