Worship

One of my fondest memories of growing up was hearing my mom singing worship throughout the house.

She had been a worship leader since she was a teenager, so worship permeated every area of her life and it naturally crossed over into our home.

My mom always lead by example with the importance of a life of worship.

Music became an integral part of my life as a teenager, it lead me to become a worship leader, and later on develop music programs/camps for churches in Oklahoma.

It is one of the most rewarding experiences to see children develop a passion and love for worshiping God.

God created us for relationship, one aspect of that relationship is showing how much we love God through worship.

If we take a moment to think about it worship is the focal point of church services across the world; however, sometimes I feel the worship experience is not emphasized in children’s ministry or with our own children.

I believe that it should be just as important.

In the church, I beleive it is important to use relevant worship resources that minister to kids, such as Yancy Not Nancy, JumpStart3 and Uncle Charlie.

At home, I believe it is turning off the news or sports radio when we are in the car with the kids and listening to worship.

God desires for you and I to spend time with Him.

Take a few moments today and spend it with Him!

Lance McKinnon

Lance is the newest addition to the SuperChurch.Com team. He is happily married to his wife Melissa and they have two daughters, Andrina & Lucille. He is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training College and entering his senior year at Oral Roberts University for his bachelor’s degree in Ministry Leadership. He has over 10 years of ministry experience in student ministries and writes for the Super Church & Kinder Church 2.0 curriculum.

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