Enjoy the Benefits of Hospitality
By Don McMinn - General Worship - Oct 22, 2020
   
In one of his letters, George Washington wrote that he and Martha had not had dinner at home alone for twenty years. Every night for twenty years—7,300 days in a row—they had guests and visiting dignitaries to entertain....
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A Biblical Model of Worship
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Oct 20, 2020
   
Worship is a sacred dialogue. It is humankind’s response to a holy God. He alone is the initiator, and man is the responder. Worship in its most basic sense is glorifying God. This certainly implies that all of life is w...
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Worship as an Act of Mercy
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Oct 13, 2020
   
We are privileged to worship God through Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit both corporately and individually. We come directly to God on his terms and are not separated by a curtain; nor do we have to go t...
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Allow yourself some “Popeye moments”
By Don McMinn - General Worship - Oct 12, 2020
   
Do you remember the cartoon character, Popeye the Sailor Man? He was long-suffering and took a lot of abuse from bullies. But there would come a time when he had endured all he could. His patience exhausted, he would say...
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The Power Of Mobile Apps In Worship
By EXW Staff - General Worship - Oct 08, 2020
   
“We really need to catch up with the times!” Maybe you’ve found yourself saying this when it comes to bringing your worship and production team into the 21st century. In a world where gadgets and gizmos are becoming such...
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The Issues with Christian Music Today
By Benjamin Denen - General Worship - Oct 06, 2020
   
I recently read two very well-written posts by Joe Foreman of Switchfoot and Michael Gungor. Both articulated two viewpoints on the the often debated, and perhaps more often misunderstood, topic of Christian music today...
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Organized Abandonment
By Don McMinn - General Worship - Oct 05, 2020
   
According to American business historian Robert Sobel, the British government created a civil-service job in 1803 which called for a man to stand on the white cliffs of Dover with a spyglass and to ring a bell if he saw ...
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The Offering - A Part of Our Worship?
By Stephen M. Newman - General Worship - Sep 29, 2020
   
In the days of Moses, the offering was a very integral part in the lives of the people. Although there were different types of offerings and sacrifices that took place, Leviticus 9 and 10 speak of three specific types o...
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Boundaries
By EXW Staff - General Worship - Sep 28, 2020
   
Having clear boundaries is essential to a healthy, balanced lifestyle. A boundary is a personal property line that marks those things for which we are responsible. In other words, boundaries define who we are and who we ...
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Incorporating Liturgy in a Modern Context
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Sep 24, 2020
   
In recent years, there has been sort of a return to liturgy in the church. When the church took move away from liturgy in the 20th century, many in younger generations are seeking a return to it. I find that the older I ...
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 Online Worship Studies
Breaking Out
For the music minister and worship leader who need help in transitioning their churches into more relevant contemporary churces that will meet the needs of their congregations and community. Some good insite on helping churches during the transition process.


Teaching Worship
11 teaching tools to help your people better understand worship. I am convinced that people don't participate in worship not because they refuse to, but because they don't understand it. We have seen thousands of lives changed as a result of these teachings in conjunction with our other studies. Teach them and they will become worshippers.



 Other EXW Content

Guidelines and Qualifications for Worship Teams
Qualifications 1. Spiritual maturity - As stated, this is a leadership-type ministry and, hence, is ordinarily not a place for new or immature Christians. 2. Musical expertise -...


Great Quotes on Worship
Richard Foster - "As worship begins in holy expectancy, it ends in holy obedience. Holy obedience saves worship from becoming an opiate, an escape from the pressing needs of m...


True Worship
What is true worship? It seems that in today's world we have made an industry out of worship. We have "worship" CDs and "worship" artists. Churches are looking to hire a "worship" pastor to lead the congregation in singing "worship" songs. But what is worship really about, and how does the bible define worship?...


Worship Leader Training
Worship is given solely for God's glory and honor. God is worthy of praise whether or not we receive anything our self from God in the worship time. But because of his amazing grace and love for us, he comes to us and we feel his presence...



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Experiencing Worship, The Study
Used by churches all over the world to help teach worship, the Experiencing Worship study can help your worship team too. Your team will learn why we worship and gain a better understanding of how to worship. One user said..."Your 5 week study course has made a tremendous impact on my life in the study of worship... I would like to express my thanks for a well written study course that leads into a higher realm of praise and worship."

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