We now have three FREE worship ministry training courses available:
Summary of The 12:1 Principle
A Lifestyle of Worship
The New Testament gives little instruction regarding the use of music in the life of a person and the church. Rather, biblical instruction centers on character development that results in a life style of worship. This course discusses the “living sacrifice” directive in terms of when believers meet together (corporately) and in the private times (when God is watching). It will include assignments with the goal of preparing God's people to be worshipers according to Romans 12:1. In this quarter the living sacrifice will be considered in three seminars.
Away from the Gathering of Believers-Part I “The living sacrifice” can be defined as living in submission to God and dieing to the flesh. Submission to God will have a very distinct appearance. What will appear in abundance is the fruit of the spirit. From life springs fruit. So in someone, who is living for God, one will see the fruit of patience, love, kindness, self-control, faith, joy, goodness, peace and gentleness. This seminar will examine, a lifestyle of worship away from the gathering of believers.
Away From The Gathering Of Believers Part II A continuation of seminar one.
When Believers Meet “When believers meet”, certain dynamics will be present. They will be discussed as the first section to “The 12:1 Principle” is concluded. Included in this seminar will be an introduction to the second section, “A Holy Sacrifice”, that will be offered in the second quarter.
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Our hope is to come alongside those who are attempting to enrich the Church's expressions of worship to God.
John and Carole