Leslie Jordan On Art In Worship

I enjoy the music of All Sons & Daughters, and I’m also very interested in looking for new musical and non-musical ways to express our worship. That combination led me to Art In Worship, a post by Leslie Jordan of All Sons & Daughters at Worship Leader Magazine. She writes:

What if the communion table was always available? What if we created a space in the room where people could go and pray? What if we made offering “baskets” a part of the response time so that the worshiper could give at the moment he/she felt God compelling them to give? What if worship was actually left up to the worshiper and not the worship leader? Would we finally experience true freedom in worship? The answer to this final question is a resounding, “Yes!”

Very interesting thoughts. Check out the full post for more.

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