Mike Bullmore | WorshipGod 2022: Unchanging
God has made His Word available to us, but we're responsible to create opportunities to benefit from its nourishing effect. This goes against the grain of our culture, which is constantly bombarding us with distractions, urgent notifications, and busy-ness. How do we learn to unplug and enjoy extended time with the Lord? In this breakout, Mike Bullmore will give you practical ways to make the most of your times in God's Word and prayer.
Donald Whitney | WorshipGod 2009: From Generation to Generation
The Psalmist said, “My soul thirsts for God, for the living God” (Ps. 42;2). A longing to know God better is the sign of a true worshiper. But we don’t always thirst for God in the same way or to the same degree. In this seminar Don Whitney will describe the differences between the empty soul, the dry soul, and the satisfied soul, and help you understand how God initiates a thirst for him so that he might fulfill it.
Craig Cabaniss | WorshipGod 2006: The Glory of His Presence
Rick Gamache | WorshipGod 2015 East: Triune
Paul says in 1 Cor. 14:1 that we are to “Pursue love, and earnestly desire the spiritual gifts, especially that you may prophesy.” What does Paul’s exhortation mean for a church that values the authority, sufficiency, and inerrancy of Scripture, and yet desires to see the gift of prophecy function in the church in a biblical and edifying way? In this seminar, Rick will seek to give a biblical definition of prophecy and discuss how it might function in your…
Bob Kauflin | WorshipGod 2014 West: Triune
God’s presence is a popular but often misunderstood topic. Should we expect to experience God’s presence when we gather as the church? If so, what does that look like? If not, what do we make of Jesus’ promise to be with us and the man in 1 Corinthians 14 declaring, “God is surely among you!” This seminar will help you think more biblically and more expectantly about the presence of God in your life and meetings.
Jared Mellinger | WorshipGod 2022: Unchanging
Faithfulness, conviction, and resolve aren't exactly popular words today. How do we stand strong against the growing chorus of voices urging us to give up on God's Word and live however we please? The original recipients of the book of Hebrews needed that question answered, and in this breakout, you'll hear Jared Mellinger explain how because of Jesus, we can find enduring faith, even in the worst of times.
Thabiti Anyabwile | WorshipGod 2008: Rediscovering the Psalms