Matthew Westerholm helpfully condenses some of John Calvin's thoughts on singing and prayer. You can read it here... First, singing our prayers helps us unite our gathered church. Second, singing our prayers helps focus our wandering thoughts. Third, singing helps inflame our withering affections. Fourth, singing our prayers helps us engage our entire bodies.
This past Sunday (March 3), we had a great time discussing what gospel faithfulness looks like practically. Here's the video from the teaching section. It got started a minute or two late, but we start by discussing Isaiah 6. https://vimeo.com/321338403
Why do this? By posting the liturgy of the week I hope to help our congregation understand why we do what we do. As I shared this information with the worship leaders each week I realized that this is not secret information! My prayer is that it aids in the making and maturing process we're... Continue Reading →
[Why do we do what we do? CLICK HERE for an explanation on why we use the word "liturgy", why we do more than just sing, and how this corporate discipline shapes us] 5/19/19 In 1 Corinthians 14:1-25 we see that the purpose of the spiritual gifts are for the edification and love of the... Continue Reading →