Worshipping in song
We love to worship and praise God through music.
Although many people consider praise & worship a musical style or process, we believe it is a lifestyle lived out daily by each individual. We honor God by staying in constant communion with Him.
As the services are opened with musical praise and the sound of shofars, the enemy strongholds are broken and an atmosphere to freely receive from Holy Spirit is manifested. By offering a sacrifice of praise, we prepare ourselves to receive from God – healing, revelation, impartation of holy giftings, guidance and peace. Of course, the list is unending – as is God.
What are shofars?
Traditionally, the shofar is a ram’s horn.
It is mentioned in the Bible over 100 times as either a ram’s horn or trumpet. When mentioned in Exodus, the sound was so penetrating that the people could actually “see” the sounds. Shofars are used to signal the beginning of the holy assembly. Shofars are used to sound a battle cry. They are blown in the presence of God. They are blown to acheive victory, as at Jericho.
These are just a few examples of the spiritual significance of shofars.
Worshipping with Flags
Why do you wave flags in church?
Flags and banners are a demonstration of God’s presence in our midst. God gave Moses and the armies of Israel a great victory in battle as Moses raised his rod. After the battle, Moses built an altar and called it Jehovah Nissi, “The Lord is my Banner” (Exodus 17:15)
Flags are raised in the name of Jesus to exalt Him before men and before the powers of darkness, and to declare the complete redemption Jesus bought for us with his blood. Flags are waved during worship or ministry to proclaim God’s dominion and claim spiritual territory, ushering in the presence of the Holy Spirit. Flags bestow honor to the Lord, and make His praise glorious! (see Psalm 66:2)
Interested in serving in worship and media ministry?
If you are interested in serving as a singer, musician or media technician, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below. We’d love to meet with you to determine how best to develop and use your gifts to serve the body of Christ.