Our God is a missional God who is in pursuit for His own glory in all the nations. Our singing can bear radical witness for His greatness and can stir us toward His global mission.
Congregational singing is an outward expression of who we are as the church. We bring the peace of Christ to one another when we sing truth about who Jesus is and what Jesus has done for us.
Singing is more than just a physical action. Christian singing is heart-felt worship to our God. In Ephsians 5, Paul teaches us five ways to include our hearts and minds to sing worshipfully to our Lord and Savior.
Christians are singing people. We do it in almost every one of our gathering. For most of us, we were never taught why and how. In this new sermon series, we are learning from Scripture how singing transforms our lives, our church and the world.
The ending of a story always determines how good that story is. In God’s story, He has the most perfect ending with His glory being displayed and His people fully restored with Him in His presence. With this future reality in sight, Christ’s followers must persevere in the present and must invite others who are thirsty to come to the King.