by Isaac Wardell, originally posted at Made to Flourish.
While there is a growing movement of churches around the country working to better educate and equip their congregation members in the area of faith and work, it strikes me as a worship leader that we often overlook one of the most basic opportunities for formation in this area each week – that is, the weekly worship gathering. In this blog post, I invite pastors and worship planners to perform a very basic audit of their weekly worship practices, and see if there may be room for improvement in this key area. To keep things simple, I offer three areas of examination in this audit – practice, pastoral care, posture.
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