It’s been a busy summer of ministry, family and planning. I’m really excited about the direction God is leading our curriculum for preteens this year. After we spend a few weeks getting acquainted and explaining the important of our small group community, we’re planning to launch a series on worship. The goal is to help preteens discover what worship is and what it is not. We want them to find news ways to worship and really embrace it has a lifestyle instead of a Sunday morning event.
One of the things that we’re going to wrestle with in this series is: What is Worship? I’ve heard some great definitions and examples for worship, but I’d like to know how would you define worship?
When you have a free moment, please leave a comment that answers these questions:
1) How would you define worship?
2) What are some ways you worship?
3) What most inspires you to worship?
Your answers will help us to form a definition of worship that will help our preteens understand it more clearly. We may even use some of the answers in a lesson to show the wide range of responses that I’m sure we’ll get. If you don’t wish to leave a comment, you can email me or connect on Facebook & Twitter.