Worship Ministry That's God-Centered
Here we will look at biblical aspects of worship. Once we gain an understanding of God-centered worship done in spirit and in truth, then we are ready to address some of the implications for worship leaders and also the individual worshiper.
The application of these principles and implications can be as unique as the church itself. Even God changed the ways and styles of worship throughout Scripture. Read: Biblical Worship
Principles Guiding God-Centered Worship Done in Spirit & in Truth
Pulling from both Old and New Testament precepts, principles and precedence, this training section on worship will examine the following aspects of worship and their implications for a worship ministry.
Click on a topic below to take you to that aspect of worshiping God.
Worth-giving because of who He is
Offering to Him what we have to give
Responding to what God has done
Singling out God as the only true God
Humbling ourselves before God
Identifying with God and His ways
Presenting ourselves to God
This content is included in the Worship Ministry Manual along with a guide for thinking through the negotiables (what are precepts) and non-negotiables (what are preferences) in the different expressions of worship.Share This with Others: