Do we need songs?

Ian Yates

We all know worship does not simply amount to singing songs. So do we need them?

 

Here is a great quote from Stuart Townend:

“Worship songs can play a very valuable part in our Christian lives. They can increase our understanding of who God is and what he has done for us; they can help us poetically and eloquently express our worshipful response to Him; they can help establish important foundations in our lives that will help us in our daily living; they can powerfully articulate our prayer and intercession; they can retell Bible stories, and bring fresh insight into the great truths of the Scriptures”.

What are your thoughts? When can songs can help us in our lives of worship and do they ever hinder?

Rebecca Scott shares about the first Elim Sound Dance Workshop
Suzanne Hanna and Fiona Crow share about their recent trip to the Philippines for this 4 day conference.
‘Light in the Darkness’ EP is a collection of songs written by the kids and adults from Coventry Elim, birthed through words spoken to and over the children.
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Over the ten days the team visited Chennai, Bihar and Bangalore. Leading musical worship to thousands, training hundreds as well as speaking at three Aspire Events and visiting church projects.

 

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