WestWay Christian Church
Living a Life of Worship- May 16 2021
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  • WestWay Christian Church
    1701 W 27th St, Scottsbluff, NE 69361, USA
    Sunday 10:15 AM
About WestWay:
Our mission is simple: we want to proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord. We're growing in three ways: our unity, our purpose and our love. This happens because of the power of the Holy Spirit. God is glorified. Lives are changed. People grow in their relationships with God and with others. We're glad you're here!

Learn more at www.westwaychurch.com.To make the most of your experience, we'd love for you to download our free app. Just text the word "westway" to 77977.

What To Expect:

We're currently in Phase 3 of WestWay's "re-gathering" plan. Our Nursery, Wee-Ones (toddlers), and Noah's Park (pre-k & kindergarten), and elementary age (grades 1-5) areas are open on Sunday mornings. Small groups and Sunday school for adults have begun to meet again. Learn more below.


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This week, we’re excited to have a conversation with Cody Petersen, our new Pastor of Creative Arts. Cody grew up at WestWay, and he and his family are thankful for the opportunity to serve the church body that means so much to him.

John Wesley's "7 Rules for Congregational Singing"

1. Learn these tunes before you learn any others, afterwards learn as many as you please.2. Sing them exactly as they are printed here, without altering or mending them at all; and if you have learned to sing them otherwise, unlearn it as soon as you can.3. Sing All – see that you join the congregation as frequently as you can. Let not a slight degree of weakness or weariness hinder you. If it is a cross to you, take it up and you will find a blessing.4. Sing Lustily – and with good courage. Beware of singing as if you were half-dead or half-asleep; but lift up your voice with strength. Be no more afraid of your voice now, nor more ashamed of its being heard, than when you sang the songs of Satan.5. Sing Modestly – do not bawl so as to be heard above or distinct from the rest of the congregation that you may not destroy the harmony, but strive to unite your voices together so as to make one melodious sound.6. Sing in time – whatever time is sung, be sure to keep with it. Do not run before and do not stay behind it; but attend closely to the leading voices and move therewith as exactly as you can and take care not to sing too slow. This drawling way naturally steals on all who are lazy; and it is high time to drive it out from among us and sing all our tunes just as quick as we did at first.7. Sing spiritually – have an eye to God in every word you sing. Aim at pleasing Him more than yourself, or any other creature. In order to attend strictly to the sense of what you sing, and see that your heart is not carried away with the sound, but offered to God continually; so shall your singing be such as the Lord will approve here, and reward when he cometh in the clouds of heaven.”

Questions about the Sermon or Anything Else?
Text QUESTION to 308-252-3273 and we will address them in our Tuesday Q&A Facebook Live video on Tuesdays at 11:15. The texts are anonymous to us and the public.
Additional Questions for Your Family, Small Group or in a Bible Study:
1- When you hear the word "worship" what comes to mind? Why

2- Read and reflect on Deuteronomy 6:4-7. What have these verses to do with "worship"?

3- What does it look like today to "commit yourselves wholeheartedly" to the commands of God? Is this "worship"?

4- Read Romans 12:1-2. Use the SPECK study method and discuss this passage:

Sins to Avoid:
-Make a list of sins– wrong actions, attitudes, or thoughts– that are mentioned in the passage to avoid in life.

Promises to Claim:
-Make a list of promises, these will give us confidence when we doubt God/ face difficult times. Take them to heart and believe what the say.

Examples to Follow:
-What examples do you find? Is there a right way of thinking or acting described in the passage that you should take as an example in your life. Write it down!

Commands to Obey:
-Write all commands you find.

Knowledge of God
-What does the passage tell you about God that you can apply to your daily life?

5- What do you think God expects from you as it relates to worship?

6- How can you offer your self as a sacrifice in your daily life?

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