When you hear the word “worship,” you might think of a church building, a choir, your favorite worship song, or maybe a special tradition.
Worship takes a lot of forms, but sometimes we make the mistake of thinking worship is something it’s not — or, at least, something much smaller than what it really is.
You can worship through song and meaningful traditions, but when’s the last time you worshiped by going outside? Or cleaning up your neighborhood? Or making a friend?
In this 3-week series, we’ll explore the book of Psalms (worship songs to God) as we discover that worship might be bigger than we ever imagined.
Maybe worship isn’t just an anthem we sing, but an anthem we live, by worshiping with all of creation, worshiping to remember what God has done, and worshiping together because we’re God’s family.
What can you do to help your teenager make worship a regular part of their lives outside of church?
1) Teach them what worship really is.
2) Talk about how you worship outside of church.
3) Give them new ideas about how to worship.
4) Remind them to worship often.