The word “worship” usually brings up ideas of religion and gods. But the reality is, all of us, no matter who or what we believe, worship – every day. We look to ourselves, others, objects, and many other things as worthy of our time, devotion, money, and honour. In fact, we were made to worship – our hearts are wired that way. This week we chat with worship leader and author Bob Kauflin. He defines Christian worship, helps us cultivate a worshipful heart, and answers our question, “If we don’t agree with a song theologically on a Sunday service, should we still sing it?”
Who is Our Guest?
Bob Kauflin is director of Sovereign Grace Music. He equips pastors and musicians in the theology and practice of congregational worship, and serves as a pastor at Sovereign Grace Church in Louisville, Kentucky. He writes at worshipmatters.com and is author of True Worshipers: Seeking What Matters to God. Bob and his wife, Julie, have six children and a growing number of grandchildren.
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