John 4 may be
one of the most well known passages in the Bible about worship. But
what exactly is "worship in Spirit and Truth"? And as worship
leaders and pastors, how do we plan our services to facilitate the
kind of worship that the Father is seeking? The venerable Bob
Kauflin joins us on the podcast today to answer these very vital
questions! I promise you'll be fascinated by his
A lot of people sincerely and passionately worship idols.
In corporate worship, do what God commands, don’t do what
God forbids, & use scriptural wisdom for everything
else. - Tweet That!
Worship in Truth means, worshipping God not for who we
want him to be, or who we imagine him to be, but for who He really
is. - Tweet
Mental engagement is required in worship. Think about what
you’re singing & saying & respond in ways that are
appropriate. - Tweet That!
Lyrical vagueness has clouded the clarity of the gospel we
are called to rejoice in. - Tweet That!
We don’t understand the difference between songs that feel
good, and songs that are actually good for us - Bob
Kauflin - Tweet That!
A song that causes you to focus on the creativity rather
than the Word of God is not a helpful song for the
Church. - Tweet That!
The aim of all our songs is that the Word of Christ would
dwell in us richly. - Tweet That!
During worship planning, find all the ways you can to
help people engage in meaningful ways with God’s
Word. - Tweet That!
During our services people should be built into Christ,
not into us. - Tweet That!
In our services we have nothing better to give people than
the knowledge of God revealed through Jesus Christ. - Tweet
About the Podcast
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Worship Ministry Training is a monthly podcast for worship leaders and worship team members. Giving you the practical training, techniques, and mindsets you need to excel musically, theologically and pastorally! Interviewing experts in the field of worship leading and ministry. Started in 2014 and still going strong!
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