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....a respected theologian and pastor argues in this book that there is something for our physical bodies to do that decisively forms Christlikeness in us within the context of corporate worship. What we do with our postures, gestures, and movements in worship matters. How our senses of sight, scent, sound, taste, and touch are involved in worship matters. How our spontaneous and prescriptive activities form us in worship matters. All of it matters to faithful and fulsome worship for the sake of a body that is fully alive in the praise of God.

Grab a copy of "A Body of Praise" by W. David O. Taylor and start reading!  Thrive will host a 2-part book discussion on Zoom in late winter/early spring. Dates TBD. This discussion is not just for worship leaders and worship planners. The case for embodied worship intersects all facets of church life. Our conversation will be richer with many perspectives at the table.  Join us!  More information to come. 

If you have any questions, please contact Katie Roelofs ([email protected])

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