I was delighted to sit down and chat with Dr. Betty Weatherby, the program director of our Worship Leading program. She has such a passion for training our students to lead through worship. How long have you been teaching here at Kingswood? What were you doing before you came to here? I’ve been teaching here
Tagged under: September 2017
Lent is but one slice of a much larger calendar or pattern that we refer to as the Christian Year, or Christian Calendar, but it is an important slice. When I was growing up I understood Lent as something only my Roman Catholic friends participated in. Now I realize that the season of Lent actually
“Though God is the subject of worship, acting among the people, it is the people of God who remember God’s story, not as an audience, but as true participants in the very story that tells the truth about the world and all of human existence. The two sides of this substance in worship are the
Acquiring knowledge, skills, and character are all components in maturing leadership. We want our curriculum to inform, shape, and engage our Kingswood students to grow more like Christ, to become servant leaders for fulfilling the Great Commission. PULSE is a day set apart for specific attention to spiritual formation, to focus on becoming a Christ-like servant leader.
Over the past thirty years, Dr. Betty Weatherby and David, her husband, have sponsored children through Compassion Canada. Last month they were able to join this ministry on an exposure trip to El Salvador with the intent to visit Jonathan, a child whom they have been sponsoring for the last three years. They discovered that God had so much more in mind for them.
When the church fails to think theologically, the local assembly opens itself to being “…driven and tossed by the wind…” (James 1:6, NKJV) When it fails to ground worship theologically, the local assembly opens itself to a pragmatism that makes attracting the masses its raison d’etre. When it fails to see itself on the continuum