Sunday, March 9, 2008

Joy in [simple?] Worship

It was good to be in worship today.

The final day of our "Changes" sermon series, today's topic was "From Denial to Authenticity." Complete with great music, I think I have come to a new understanding of the meaning of Sara Groves' "Conversations." I love that song. I love Sara Groves. I love that our two soloists rocked it this morning, and it was a beautiful heart song.

It is good to be in worship. I am thankful to be a part of a congregation in which I can be a part of the leadership of the service and still have the opportunity to worship. It reminds me of the great and endless ways God is moving in and among us.

After worship, we had the opportunity to discuss General Conference coming up in May. A decent number stuck around to hear about it, and though I had to leave early, it was great to hear/see the excitement of our congregation and the dedication of our TWO delegates from Holy Covenant. Amazing.

1 comment:

Rock in the Grass (Pete Grassow) said...

worship is the place where all the theoretical crap becomes less important as we choose to experience the mystery of God. Keep worshipping.... and of course never stop thinking and questioning.