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Helping Teens Worship In 100 Words Or Less

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Worship is often part of  a youth meeting, but what if it was the only thing? Helping teens understand worship is not a part of your youth service but the whole service. Expand the definition to include:

Greeting one another is worship because we honor God when we honor one another

Offering is worship when we give of the fruit of of our labor

Singing is a form of worship, but so is silence, meditation, and reflection.

Serving is worship, give them jobs.

Expand teens thinking that everything is an act of worship (Romans 12:1,2)  and you’ll have more worshipers.

(100 words)

 

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