Worship Archives - Seedbed

Worship design should always fit into the larger theological aims of a Church. To this end, Worship Pastor Drew Causey offers 5 resources on worship design to help to start the conversation and move your church in the right direction.

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The songs we learn in church shape both our musical and theological perspectives on what worship is and what it means for us to join into it. This is especially the case for young worship leaders, and that is why it is crucial to guide those who are cutting their teeth in your worship bands into things that will enable them (and those they lead) to grow into the kind of leaders the church, even your church, will need. So here’s nine basic but solid songs your young band should know, for their sake and those they will lead: How Great is Our God - Well known, simple in chord structure, and one of the few blatantly Trinitarian songs sung in modern worship circles these days. You may see it as overdone, but this song will be sung by the church far into the future. Beautiful - Phil Wickham’s simple, hymnic song […]

Still pondering your fall sermon series or what to study in your small group or Sunday School Class? Seedbed has developed CREED, a seven to eight week resource you may want to check out. Fall is a great time to get back to the basics, to gather the church around the core of the Christian faith. Take a look at the Farm Team's latest offering.

The mystery of Jesus' missing body poses problems for the Roman soldiers. The Centurian can't stop thinking about the story of Jesus of Nazareth. Because if Jesus did conquer death -- it posed a direct threat to Rome. 

The centurion hears about a disturbance in the temple and the chief priests come to investigate. For the first time the centurion hears the name of this man who seems to be making a very big impression. This is part of an ongoing historical fiction series leading up to Easter. It features the story of Jesus' path to the cross from the perspective of a Roman Centurion. It was written by Sean Gladding, the author of The Story of God, the Story of Us.  

Rumors of a bodily ressurection spread but the chief priests fear Jesus' followers will simply steal the body from the tomb to solidify the rumor. The Centurion prepares men to stand guard at the tomb to secure the grave.  

A devoted follower gives Jesus a very expensive gift that seems a bit odd to his other disciples. But when Jesus recieves it, he alludes to his coming death. The incident leaves the centurion wondering if the man from Nazareth has a death wish. 

Sean Gladding opens the series with an introduction to the Roman Soldier through whose eyes we will witness the week that changed the world. 

Do churches tend to seek style and skill over other qualities when looking for worship leaders? Worship Pastor, Jonathan Powers, suggests its time the Church begins reframing the expectations of worship leaders. See why Powers says its time for musicians and worship leaders to start taking their pastoral role seriously. 

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