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The WorshipSphere

Do I Qualify for Worship? – Zach Hicks

“Every once in a while, it’s good for worshipers and worship leaders to pause and take inventory. I find that weeks, months, and years of being a week-in, week-out worshiper can dull the senses to simple truths, and when the senses are dulled, the soul can begin to atrophy. And when the soul atrophies, in the words of hymn writer William Cowper, ‘self-applause creeps in…”

Expression In Worship – Gary Durbin

“If you’ve ever led worship in a church that’s less than expressive, you’re not alone. I’ve been there and many other worship leaders have too. I’ve been really blessed to lead worship in churches where the pastor has shared my desire to see God’s people break free in praise. It’s amazing to see the spiritual growth happen in corporate worship as your people slowly, but surely, let go and embrace biblical expression to their God. As a worship leader, you can be a catalyst for that growth. Here’s some tips I’ve learned about leading your church toward expression in worship…”

New Hymn, “Oh, How Good It Is” – Keith Getty

“Oh, How Good It Is’ is a call to worship inspired by Psalm 133 (“How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!”) that reminds us of what it is to be God’s family gathered in worship and living in community… The act of community-minded, congregational singing requires cooperation unlike any other group endeavor, and joining our voices in public statements of faith bonds us to each other and encourages our faith like nothing else can. And, to those looking on, it is an act of testimony speaking volumes more than any one of us could say on his own.”

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