Worship Leading Gone Wild: What Can Happen When Worship Becomes A Song…..
Sometimes the truth contained in satire can pierce like a sword. The scene this video portrays about worship leading gone bad is one of those times. After I stopped laughing, I began to ache. This is how things truly are in some circles. In many churches that I have visited over the past 3 years, it seems that simply getting people to sing is the goal. It doesn’t matter what we actually sing about, just as long as we sing.
May we love the Savior and His wounds more than the beat or melody of any song! To read more on this subject, check out our posts titled:Rethinking Contemporary Worship: Can We “Bring Him More Than a Song?” , Does God Care How We Worship?, or take our poll Can You (Personally) Worship God Without A Band or A Song? or read Blasphemy! If You Want the Congregation to Worship More, Try Singing Less or this account of someone who abandoned Christianity How Contemporary Christian Music and the Seeker-Sensitive Movements Failed a Generation
Posted on September 9, 2011, in Christianity, Church Leadership, Contemporary Church Culture, The Christian Life, The Seeker-Sensitive Church Model, Worship and tagged Chris Tomlin, christianity, humor, music, Not For itching Ears, seeker-sensitive, singing, vision, worship, Worship Leading. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.