“Everyday I have a choice—a choice to serve myself or to give myself to serve others. To seek first the Kingdom of God or to seek first what makes me look good.”
“Don’t place your hope and confidence in your own ability to be strong or holy. Be confident in who God is within You.”
If there’s someone in the worship world who feels alone and forgotten, it’s the worship leader who leads a small team.
“What is visible to the world is the outflow of habits that are cultivated in secret.”
Greatness. It’s a term we hear over and over. Becoming the best we can be. Reaching your potential. Living the dream. Kobe Bryant. Absolute greatness. The Pittsburgh Penguins. Greatness. I’m sure you can think of other people in the greatness category. When we think of greatness, we see the Stanley Cup. We see the accolades
What is it that really constitutes a great worship experience?
This past Sunday I asked my worship team a question: “How can we better connect with our congregation in 2016?”