"Worship at Morningview" by Jason Wohlford. CC BY 2.0
All of Life September 17, 2014

We all know that the Church is a people not a place, yet Christians across the globe go to church on any given Sunday. Similarly we gather for worship when in fact, for the Christian, all of life is meant to be worship. Are these semantic choices reflections of deeper held beliefs? Or are we just at a loss for words; have we become lazy and unintentional with language?

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"Worship at Morningview" by Jason Wohlford. CC BY 2.0

All of Life

We all know that the Church is a people not a place, yet Christians across the globe go to church on any given Sunday. Similarly we gather for worship when in fact, for the Christian, all of life is meant to be worship. Are these semantic choices reflections of deeper held beliefs? Or are we just at a loss for words; have we become lazy and unintentional with language?

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