In the many messages that we see and hear in our daily lives, we are fed lies and false gods that sap our solid joy in God. How can we make sure we’re fed and sustained through the week?
What is Worship@Home?
- The Worship@Home ministry exists to encourage and equip the whole church to be involved in enjoying God through His Word all week. We want everyone to be engaged with the Word of God every day because through it we can taste and experience that the Lord is good.
- In the many messages that we see and hear in our daily lives, we are fed lies and false gods that sap our solid joy in God. Unless we counter those with the true living Word of God, we risk believing them and displacing God from his true place. Worship@Home helps us let God influence our thinking and our lives through his word.
- And Worship@Home is about helping each other with our relationship with God all week. It’s not about ticking a box having done a quiet time. Remember, the Pharisees diligently read the Scriptures, John 5 tells us, but they had no relationship with Jesus. We want to help each other grow up in faith and enjoy God each day. Because he’s utterly magnificent, worthy of all praise and we were made to worship him.
- As well as doing it, let’s also share it. So be encouraged to talk about your walk with God with each other. Don’t be reserved. Actually discuss how it’s going with people after church, when you bump into them in the street, or when you message or meet up with them during the week, encourage each other with how your soul is; how you’re enjoying God.
What’s available to help?
The Worship@Home team has made some resources available to help:
- There’s some helpful blog pieces on the Dundonald website which outline why this is so important.
- Below there is a 10 minute video showing different ways we can feed on God’s Word during the week.
- There’s a Spotify playlist of the songs we regularly sing here at Dundonald to help you sing the Bible during the week.
So why not try something new this week. Find a different way to engage with God’s Word. And then tell someone about it?