Worship: Revere | Reframe | Reshape

We resemble what we revere and we become what we behold. Worship in general and corporate worship in particular are central to God’s plan of conforming us to the image of his Son. We desire to craft worship gatherings that maximize the opportunity to reshape what we revere so that we will become more like Jesus over time.

In Part II of our sermons on prophecy, we drill down more into what prophecy actually is, and how it is designed to function in such a way that God is glorified and people are built up.


1 Corinthians 14:23-40

Citylight Prophecy Resources

A key way God changes us in corporate worship is through the exercise of spiritual gifts, especially prophecy. In Part I of this 2 part set of sermons on prophecy, we look at what spiritual gifts are and why prophecy is preeminent among them for corporate worship.


1 Corinthians 12-14

Showing the Spirit: A Theological Exposition of 1 Corinthians 12-14D.A. Carson

We worship weekly together because we imitate what we worship, as we saw last week. But how do our worship gatherings change us? By immersing us in the Bible’s story.


According to PlanGraeme Goldsworthy

You Are What You LoveJames K.A. Smith

Everyone is a worshiper. Its just a matter of if our worship will be towards God or towards someone or something else. We imitate what we worship. Therefore the object of our worship is of utmost importance as well as what we do in order to rehabituate our lives to love that object.


“You Are What You Love” by James K.A. Smith
“Counterfeit Gods” by Timothy Keller
“The New American Commentary” (2 Corinthians) by David E. Garland

There are no sermons in this series for this congregation.