Category Archives: Worship in the Home
As I’m writing this, I’m watching my kids through the window of my home office — jumping, laughing, running…and just getting along. They’re not aware of our status symbol, whether we’re in middle class, upper class, or any class. They’re clueless to our situation in life, problems, finances, and issues. They’re just…having fun.
Do you ever miss the days of just “getting along” and “having fun”??? Read the rest of this entry
As a worship leader, and a fellow worshiper, one of my favorite scriptures about worship is found in Acts 16, when Paul and Silas are thrown into prison — yet they still found reason to praise God. I love it!
Here’s the story: Paul and Silas were traveling missionaries. They were peaceful, law abiding, and simply doing what God had told them to do. They were not out to cause trouble, upset the people, or break any laws. However, because of their obedience, they caused trouble, upset the people, and broke their laws. Read the rest of this entry
Have you ever walked into a room, been at a party, or had a luncheon with a crowd — and you knew that you didn’t belong? You couldn’t put your finger on it, but you just didn’t fit in.
That’s life without Jesus. You never fit in. Read the rest of this entry
If I lead millions in worship, and yet my kids never “get it”, I’ve missed it. Worship always, always, always starts in the home. So…what are some creative, yet simple, worship ideas for the kiddo’s? (By the way, the beautiful ones seen to your right are my little worshippers). Read the rest of this entry