Conducting a praise dance rehearsal takes effort and wisdom. In this post I am going to give practical advice first for the new ministry, and then in Part 2 I will give advice for the already existing, but struggling dance ministry.
As a new ministry, what you as a leader establishes on the first day will be the spirit, expectation and demonstration of all ministry leaders/members/parents of how the ministry will function every time you meet. For instance, if you begin in chaos and confusion, then your rehearsals may continue this way at every meeting. God will not be glorified, but the flesh will be exalted every time.
“Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.” (Acts 4:12)
God’s great plan of salvation works! In all that we do our responsibility is to preach Jesus (Matt. 28:19; 1Tim. 4:16; Jude 1:23). Before Jesus was preached to us we used to be of the world, now we are not (Jn. 15:19). Now we are in the earth to represent Him (Col. 2:6; 2Cor. 5:20; 1Cor 10:31; Phil 1:11) and to work together with Him (John 15:4-6). In working together with Him we have the confidence in knowing that our ministry/labor of love is being used to so that others can believe and be encouraged to live by the faith of the Son of God who loved us and gave Himself for us (Gal.2:20).
Our dance/service means nothing if we don’t preach Jesus.
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This month with PDCM : Don’ t waist time | Be Responsible
Did you know that every time we sit under the counsel of anything/anyone ungodly we create a struggle for our own self? We create unnecessary warfare?
Why add extra weight and sin to what we are already dying to?
Today let’s be vigilant in guarding what we allow our ears to hear, eyes to see and hearts to express so that we can truly live today giving God our sacrifice of praise.
Be blessed and encouraged, for our God is faithful and He will complete what He has started in us. (Phil. 1:6)
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