Made 2 Worship
What is the point of all the singing we do in the service? Is it just filler before we get to the message? Is it just a ritual that we go through? Or is it something more? The answers to these questions are profound and could very well change your life. In this series, we will talk about what real worship is all about, how it can dramatically impact your intimacy with God, and transform an anemic group of Christ-followers into people who change lives.
JULY 11--At any sporting event, you can find two categories of people: spectators and players. Players are the ones who do the work, have the fun, get the victory, and reap the benefits. Spectators only get to watch it all happen from the bleachers. A similar thing is true with praising God--there are those who do it and those who only watch. Little benefit comes from only watching. God wants everyone to 'get in the game' when it comes to worship. This message is all about how you can move from being a spectator to a player with regard to worship.
JULY 4--What is praise? Why should a person praise God? Many people personally don't like singing, clapping, or other things typically done during praise. The real and honest question is, "If we don't like it, and we can't see what value it has, why do it?" Isn't the message really the main thing? If so, why not skip the rest and focus on that? The truth is that praising God is crucial for you and can transform your life. Find out how in this message.
2. Go B4
JUNE 27--We believe God has called the worship ministry at Anchor Point to GoB4. It's not just about praise and worship on a Sunday morning but about really worshipping God by going before the throne, praising Him in the battle, believing Him for this land, and asking Him to prepare the way for His glory. But what practical steps can we take to do this?
1. Made 2 Worship
JUNE 20--We are all different and unique in many ways. However, we all share core traits as well, such as our capacity to worship. We were made to worship God in every aspect of our lives, but many things contend for our worship. We all worship something. The real question is: whom or what will you worship?