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Worship Devotionals

Oct 8 2015

Here are some of the top devotional blogs that our leaders have written, from the heart and culture of our team. We’ve hand-picked them for you and your creative team, to inspire and equip you as you lead your church in worship.

We pray that they’re a blessing to you!

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Moments in His Presence
“There is nothing like the presence of Jesus and I believe that our times of worship together are truly precious.” – Annie Garratt

Come As We Are
“He has never asked us to put on an act for Him. He has only asked that we come as we are.” – Hannah Hobbs

When Songs Become More Than Songs
“I love when the songs become more than just songs, they become anthems of revelation for everyone.” – Autumn Hardman

Why Bitterness is Toxic (and why we all need to know our kryptonite)
“Life happens. People offend us. Things don’t go to plan.” – Reuben Morgan

Getting on the Platform vs Serving the Platform
“All of this was a culmination of not fully understanding what it meant to serve in a team and ultimately, what it meant to serve God.”

Why Failure is Often the Best Medicine
“So much of our culture today teaches us to resist failure, as if it’s in some way toxic.” – Reuben Morgan

Growing Your Gift from the Inside Out
“Don’t just sing the song, worship. Don’t just play the right parts, lead people into the presence of God.” – Gabe Kelly

What I Learned About Music When I Stopped Making Noise
“And what if I got all I wanted and still found that it wasn’t enough. What on earth would I do then?” – Reuben Morgan

God-Breathed Creativity
“All creativity begins with God and belongs to Him.”

Why I Want To Be Average
Do we really want to settle for anything less than the sort of friends who inspire, challenge & captivate us? – Reuben Morgan

Life, Creativity, and Lessons from Triathlon
“We care far too much about what other people think of us.”

When Talent is Not Enough
“This is not the end of the story. In fact, it is just the beginning.” – Reuben Morgan


ONE. Return To The Cornerstone
“When the earth shakes, we look to our feet and wonder what it is that we are standing on. Can we trust it? Is it strong enough to carry us? Will we be safe enough here?” – Reuben Morgan

TWO. Licking Frozen Flagpoles, Sunburn, & The Dichotomy of Worship
“It seems like the ultimate dichotomy, exuberance and contriteness, celebration and reverence…”

THREE. How to Be the Last One Standing by Being the First One Kneeling
“Success is found when we submit all we have to God.” – Reuben Morgan

FOUR. Music & Worship
“What is it about music that makes it so right for worship?”

FIVE. Why Do I Continue to Serve on Our Team?
“The truth is, God has placed a very unique and special calling on each of our lives.”

SIX. Whose Shoulders Are You Standing On?
“Let’s dream dreams big enough to match the view that our ancestors have given us.” – Reuben Morgan

SEVEN. Instruments Of God
“You are God’s instrument and your sound is exactly what He needs for today’s symphony.”

EIGHT. The Search for True Confidence
“If we’re taking risks for God, what’s the worst that can happen?” – Reuben Morgan

NINE. Here Am I, Send Me
“As creative teams, let’s never forget that we are Christians first.”

TEN. The Time Is Now
“We have a choice. We always do.” – Reuben Morgan


Easter Devotional (YouVersion)
Easter weekend is the one time of year when Christians and non-Christians alike pause and take time to consider Jesus and what they believe about Him.This 4-day devotional dives deeper into the Easter message from four songs including O Praise The Name (Anástasis).

No Other Name Devotional (YouVersion)
More than just songs, our prayer is that this album and devotional would give voice to individuals and churches across the earth, unifying them in a declaration of worship that is lifted to and for no other name but Jesus.