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The Work Behind The Worship

When your job is facilitating worship, it’s all too easy to miss the worship part for yourself. Whether you’re leading worship, running media, or directing tech, sometimes you get so caught up in the work that you forget to worship.

Ryan Geesaman writes:

Production people help create the experiences that allow others to worship. We help to declare the Sabbath day holy. People come to our churches and experience corporate worship, in some part, through the skills and passions that God has given us and the work to which he has called us. It is our work.

So how does someone whose job is worship, stop working to worship?

Don’t mistake the work behind the worship for the act of worship.

Read Ryan’s full post here. Good stuff.

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