Multilingual Worship Song: Among the Nations

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Josh Davis just wrote this new worship song based on Psalm 46:10, combining the idea of being still and knowing God- and the reality that God will be exalted among the nations. The bridge is in Arabic, English, Matu, Spanish, and Korean and we love the way all the languages and melodies weave together. See what you think! AMONG THE NATIONS [Words/Music by Josh Davis; (c) 2019 Proskuneo] Dm7 Though the mountains quake BbM7 F […]

Jatamansi and Multicultural Worship [by Ashan Rodrigo]

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In the 1st century A.D., an act of worship took place in Bethany, a village in the Mount of Olives located about three kilometres from Jerusalem. There, a woman anointed Jesus with fragrant oil. Strangely, she did not use the locally produced olive oil. Instead, she used an oil made from spikenard, which is indigenous to the Himalayan regions of India, Nepal, and China. From the ancient Sanskrit language, spikenard is popularly known as Jatamansi. […]

Worship Experience or Worshiping Community?

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As worship leaders, do we seek to facilitate worship experiences, or do we aim to develop a worshiping community?” In other words, is what we do as worship leaders about helping people have moments of engagement with God? Or is it about engaging not only with God but also with one another? Is it our aim to structure worship centers that are beautiful and worship services that run smoothly without any glitches? Or is it […]