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Worship

One area I believe we are failing our children in is the area of worship. In many of today’s churches children are seperated from the main worship service. This is not a bad thing because it let’s us get it down to their level. The problem is we will teach them a lesson they can understand, but leave out other parts of worship. Personally, I believe that the message or lesson is a form of worship but I also believe that music is a form of worship. We seem to have this thing about teaching children songs only on certain occasions. We need to be teaching our children songs to praise and worship God every week. Make it an important part of their life so they grow up understanding that God gave us a gift of music not to curse but to praise his name. We need to teach them what the Psalms are and how we still can use them in worship today.

by Jason Graham Vaughn

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  1. Raven says:

    I also feel it is very important for the kids to learn what it truly means to worship. As the Director for our Children’s Church and our Student Choir, I get to make sure they don’t miss out on the opportunity to praise God. Our kids stay out front for the beginning of the service. This way they get to participate in the worship part of the service before going up to Children’s Church. The kids love it.

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