Living a Lifestyle of Worship

Chris  —  July 19, 2009 — 1 Comment
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One of the things that has been on the front burner lately for me and for our church is helping people to understand that worship is more than a Sunday morning in church thing.

I had the opportunity to teach this morning in a Sunday School class we are doing during the summer to equip people to be mentors. The topic was a lifestyle of worship. It was a little intimidating to approach this topic because it is so vast and complex, yet at the same time I realized there is a unique simplicity to it when we grasp it.

Anyway, the class went really well. The challenge was keeping in the time frame and yet handling the subject well. There was a lot of stuff that I didn’t necessarily end up including.

One thing that I came across was a series of article by Dwayne Moore who wrote the study Pure Praise: A Heart-focused Bible Study on Worship. He has posted three articles on his blog. They have some great content and insights.

If you are looking to gain a greater understanding of what it means to have a lifestyle of worship (which is a necessary discipline for the growing Christ-follower), then I encourage you to check out what he wrote. Let me know what you think.

Three Directions of Lifestyle Worship, Part 1

Three Directions of Lifestyle Worship, Part 2

Three Directions of Lifestyle Worship, Part 3


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One response to Living a Lifestyle of Worship

  1. It was a good class this morning, honey! I appreciated the amount of information you covered in a limited time.

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