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worship at it's best needs to be relevant to the people who are trying to understand who God is, and not focus on then man-made traditions and a “secret language” that simply tries to confuse or control.  at we believe worship is best experienced when we focus our worship on God and not on denominational doctrines, traditions or demands.  we believe this can happen if we experience, enable and influence.



experience God in a meaningful and life changing way

Did you know over 40% of people attending church today say they do not experience God in Worship – heartbreaking?  Worship needs to be God Centered and understandable to those who are not-yet-believers.   Music must be upbeat and relevant to the times.  Drama, Video and the Life Application Messages all need to meet the people where they are, not where others expect them to be, and bring them to where God wants them. To truly experience God, Worship must open us to seeing God and bring us before God.


enable people to go to God in ways that reflects the time.  Worship needs to be relevant without compromising the Gospel (1 Cor. 9:22-23).  By looking at what it means to be relevant, we have an honest Christ centered desire to grow and share the Gospel with those around us – in ways people can understand – words matter, actions matter, surroundings matter.  We need to replace the battle of words and requests, with the vision of actions and ideas.  We need to remember, if it is not relevant, it is not God.


influence others to know God

We need to have an honest and truthful experience with the Saving Grace of Jesus Christ – we need to be “sold” on Christ.  Worship must show our excitement in being a Christian, and the excitement we have in our Lord.  We must not use secret or special language that has no meaning to those who are guests.  To influence others we need to speak clearly our understanding of Christ – with words everyone can understand.


“If you give a blessing using your private prayer language, which no one understands, how can some outsider who has just shown up and has no idea what’s going on know when to say “Amen”?  Your blessing might be beautiful, but you have very effectively cut that person out of it.”

 (Paul, A Follower of Christ – The Message, 364)





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