In a culture when Sunday “worship” is more produced, polished, and professional than ever, it’s helpful to reacquaint ourselves with what really matters to God when we meet.

That was the theme of WorshipGod18 this year, held July 25-28 in Frisco, TX. Extraordinary: The Weekly Worship of the Gathered Church.

Sunday mornings aren’t rock concerts. They aren’t pep rallies or World Cup finals. But every time the church gathers, all of heaven takes notice.  

Every Sunday we meet with the saints Christ has redeemed and made one through his death on the cross. We join in with the hosts of heaven around the throne (Heb. 12:22-24). God speaks powerfully and personally to us through the preached word. The Triune God reveals himself and builds up the church through various gifts, acts of service, and activities (1 Cor. 12:4-6). What could be more thrilling?

The messages at WorshipGod addressed why worship is integrally connected to the church and aimed to help those who lead and plan Sunday mornings prepare with faith, skill, and expectation.

Listen below:

Wednesday PM – The Church’s Glory – Matt Mason (LISTEN HERE)
Thursday AM – The Church’s Foundation – Craig Cabaniss (LISTEN HERE)
Thursday PM – The Church’s Unity – Bob Kauflin (LISTEN HERE)
Friday AM -The Church’s Message – Brian Davis (LISTEN HERE)
Friday PM – The Church’s Passion – Jon Payne (LISTEN HERE)
Saturday AM – The Church’s Future – Rick Gamache (LISTEN HERE)

Musicians included Devon Kauflin, Matt Boswell, Jimmy Needham, Michael Bleecker, Caroline Cobb, Adam Wright, bilingual band, and more.

Pastors, worship leaders, instrumentalists, vocalists, songwriters, and media teams had the opportunity to attend 4 of the 28 seminars that sought to equip spiritually, practically, and theologically. We also offered 8 pre-conference seminars on Wednesday from 1:30-5PM for more hands-on training. And, as always, we had some amazing giveaways and not one, but two free lunches.

If you’re interested in joining us at WorshipGod 2019, stay in the loop here.

Hope to see you there!

For Sovereign Grace Music,

Bob Kauflin