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Experiential worship : encountering God with heart, soul, mind, and strength

Author: Bob Rognlien
Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : NavPress, ©2005.
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How do you experience God in worship? Willfully? Emotionally? Intellectually? Physically? If your worship service doesn't involve all of the above, infuse it with a truer form of worship. Bob Rognlien explores how Jesus' Great Commandment, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength" (Mark 12:30), should center our experience of him. From Christ, we learn that biblical worship involves our  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Rognlien
ISBN: 1576836630 9781576836637
OCLC Number: 56419816
Description: 233 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The greatest commandment : experiential worship is not optional! Why is worship so important? ; Worship and identity ; Worship and personal transformation --
StrengthWorship : engaging and transforming the body. Physical matters! ; Engaging the senses in worship ; Creating space and opportunity for physical worship --
MindWorship : engaging and transforming the intellect. Comprehending the incomprehensible ; From truth to understanding ; Strategies to connect with the mind ; Tools to connect with the mind --
SoulWorship : engaging and transforming the emotions. Feeling our worship ; What are we afraid of? ; The power of emotion ; Art and the soul --
HeartWorship : engaging and transforming the will. To do or not to do? ; Inviting a response ; What kind of response? --
Making it happen! : a pathway for implementing experiential worship. Overcoming roadblocks to change ; From theory to practice ; Step one : worship themes ; Step two : creative collaboration ; Step three : implementation ; Step four : designing an order ; Step five : leading experientially ; Step six : evaluation --
Conclusion : further up and further in.
Responsibility: Bob Rognlien.
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How do you experience God in worship? Willfully? Emotionally? Intellectually? Physically? If your worship service doesn't involve all of the above, infuse it with a truer form of worship. Bob Rognlien explores how Jesus' Great Commandment, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength" (Mark 12:30), should center our experience of him. From Christ, we learn that biblical worship involves our volition (heart), emotion (soul), intellect (mind), and body (strength). Experiential Worship engages myriad aspects of human experience to draw people into a more complete, life-transforming encounter with God. Create a place where worshipers come face-to-face with the Father. --From publisher's description.

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