Podcast Episode #241
Mike Harland returns to the podcast to discuss worship as discipleship.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Discipleship is something that should be passed from generation to generation in our families.
- The most quoted book of the Bible is the book of Psalms.
- Every spiritual discipline you can think of is represented in at least one psalm.
- Music should be used as a tool to help us make disciples in the church.
- Music is the most powerful discipleship tool God has given us.
- In many churches, worship ministry is more performance-based than discipleship-based.
The four topics we cover related to worship as discipleship are:
- The Biblical Model of Discipleship
- The Bible without the Psalms
- Music and Memory
- Concentric Circles of DiscipleMaking in Worship Ministry
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