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Dave Eastman shares in this video the purpose and vision of the Life-Changing Worship website.
In our family of churches, we love to restore Biblical Patterns. We preach the conversion pattern of the book of Acts; we strive to imitate the heart and commitment of our first century brother and sisters; we work to restore the heart of Jesus in our own lives.
The purpose of this website is to collect and share thoughts, ideas, teachings, insights, and creative approaches to worship from churches all over the world. Our desire is to stoke the fires of creativity and help worship leaders and their congregations dig deeply into the wealth of spiritual insight about worship contained throughout the Old and New Testaments. In doing so, we aim to promote a continuing restoration of expressive, connective and authentic Biblical Worship in congregations all over the world.
Paul calls us to “speak to one another with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs” (Eph 5:19). In this, he is encouraging every disciple to give himself or herself fully and completely to whole-hearted participation in musical worship, both public and private. More than that, he is directing our attention back to the songbook of the first century, the book of Psalms.
Within that sacred collection, we receive abundant Divine direction regarding how we should think about the primacy of worship in our congregations and in our individual lives. The Psalms are a wellspring of insight and direction, and we strive to dig deeply into them as well as all of the pertinent Biblical verses that direct our steps in praise and worship. Our aim is entirely about giving honor, glory and praise to God; our hope and prayer is that the resources we provide here will serve you and help you grow in your own expressions of awe, admiration, and adoration to the ineffable God of all the Universe! And by so doing, we hope to help each disciple who benefits from this growth to be able to more consistently “walk in the light of His presence” (Psalm 89:15).