Worship Is Our Design
In 2008, Bob Kauflin wrote Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God, in which he sought to connect a biblical theology of worship with what worship leaders actually do on Sundays. Through the book, Bob builds congregational worship on biblical principles that transcend cultures, generations, and ethnic groups.
Many of us find our work lives to be hollow and lacking in purpose, but the joy of worshipping God can be experienced even in our secularized work environment. In this six-session series, business executive and international speaker Nona Jones shares how our work carries deep spiritual significance and is directly tied to our identity as God’s people. Our work is not just a job—it is a mission.
In this series, we tackle the ongoing dilemma of who or what we worship in our lives and how what we worship can have the biggest impact in influencing our decisions and direction in life.
Have you ever considered the possibility that your relationship with others in the Body of Christ could affect your relationship with God? Is it conceivable that our unity could impact our worship?
John Piper, teacher and Founder of Desiring God.org, defines true worship. The key to praising Christ is prizing Him.