1 Peter 3:18 Camp



For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the
unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death
in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit:

1 Peter 3:18 KJV  



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 Worship

  What is worship: Worship is a lifestyle of practices that glorify God.


  The Art of DANCE for Worship

  What is the difference is dance and worship dance? Dance is a type of art that generally  involves the movement of the body, often rhythmic, and to music, to entertain or be                         entertained.  However, worship dance aims to please God, by proclaiming and declaring precepts and principles  according to the bible. For example, a dance may share a precept, a             commandment or direction  given as a rule of action or conduct, like salvation. On the other hand, a principle is a  primary truth from which other truths and actions are derived. For         example, I Corinthians 10:31,  "therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."  Everything that is for His glory is also for your good. A dance might       share the salvation story  or the lyrics and the dance movements might share about a friend, finding a friend in Jesus and  other believers. Worship Dance should AIM TO                                 COMMUNICATE BIBLICAL TRUTHS that point back to  precepts or principles taught in the bible. Are you just dancing, or do you want to worship  dance?











 
The Art of STEPPING


 What is stepping: It is an original art form that has origination in Africa. Whereas dance is a  constant flow of movement from frame to frame, position to position, stepping is an             infinite move  of hands and feet. It is a rhythmic compilation of moves using foot stomping and hand clapping,  often done with gleeful chanting.

  What is Worship Step: It is a rhythm of stomping and clapping to depict our joy, protection,  provision, and salvation in Jesus. Worship STEPPING incorporates the use of scripture and     biblical principles to strengthen the worshiper and edify the congregation with worship that is  audible, visible and verbal.










 The Art of TAMBOURINE Playing


           Tambourine playing: more information coming soon
















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