I recently ran a worship workshop down at the south coast. It was such an exciting day, mainly because the participants were so eager to make the theology of worship a priority.
I loved hearing young people talk about the importance of authentic spirituality in worship ministry.
I loved watching older people have courage and try new things.
I loved being part of the wider church community learning how to serve together.
I love doing what I do.
One the themes that flowed through the weekend was making spiritual health a priority. We all love exploring this, but do we all love doing it?
This requires us to deny ourselves, something that can be painful and inconvenient.
Yet I believe it is the foundation of an authentic and effective worship ministry team.
My desire for those involved in worship ministry is that they are not known for having great bands and talented musicians, but rather they are known for being Godly in character.
What are you known for?