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Robbie Seay asks some pertinent questions about worship

Posted on : 18-10-2010 | By : Rob Reed | In : About Worship, Worship Leading, Worship Songwriting

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On Facebook, tonight, Robbie Seay (@robbieseay, Facebook) asks some pertinent questions about our worship in churches, and worship songwriting in general. What are your answers to these questions?

1. Does the church seem to value replication & performance in its music over imagination & honesty in songwriting -unique to each community?

2. Can creativity in music & art within the church overshadow the gospel and true worship? Should creativity have boundaries in the church?

3. Are worship leaders under such pressure to perform & be excellent that they often end up void of creativity & depth in their writing?

My answers: