Tuesday, July 2, 2013

What I learned today

I constantly read about how to improve our worship at Crossroads.

As Americans I think the majority of us hope to participate in as many fulfilling activities as possible - while being unwilling to invest in little that requires work and discipline.  I know, because it's true for me many times.

Although I understand not everyone is comfortable raising their hands and joyfully clapping and singing during the worship services - to fully engage in worship would at least produce the moving of lips I suspect.

As the leader of this department I seek to move each person in our congregation to the next level of spiritual abandonment in Christ - whatever that is for them.  It HAS to begin at home - we cannot accomplish this in a half hour worship service each weekend no matter how hard we try.

What i need to work on the most is to ensure our praise team is maturing in Christ and living a worship life outside the walls of church. If a Godly life is not pursued outside of Crossroads- hours of memorization and practice could mean little more than fulfilling a call to serve.

Will you join me on this journey of worshiping our Lord?
Gateway @ Crossroads/ July 30 at 7:00 p.m.

A rare opportunity exists on July 30 at Crossroads when the Gateway Church comes to lead us in a Night of Worship.  Will you mark your calendars and let nothing interfere with your commitment to worship with us on that Tuesday evening? 

I cannot wait to worship with all of you there!

Night of Worship - Gateway  (gateway poster and info here)

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