by Ron Edmondson The volume or tempo of the music determines whether you think it’s a worship song. A slight change in the order of the service makes you think they’ve harmed “worship”. You think raising hands or not raising hands determines the depth of a person’s worship. You believe the “proper” length of a “worship” service is dictated by your lunch schedule. You think worship has to be in a service or part of a programmed event. Certain instruments keep you from thinking worship is possible. You think worship is confined to a certain place or a certain time. The clothes you wear determines the quality of worship…for you AND others. You think worship always involves music. Your attempt to worship has more to do with a personal preference than the subject of worship. About Ron Edmondson: Church planter and pastor with a heart for strategy, leadership and marketing; especially geared toward developing churches and growing and improving the Kingdom of God.