Worship is not about getting something, but about giving something. If you come to worship to get something—spiritual renewal, inspiration, motivation, insight, comfort—you are likely to leave disappointed and empty-handed. But if you come to worship to give something—an offering of praise and thanksgiving to God—you will leave enriched, satisfied, healed, and brimming over with fullness and joy.
Regular worship is critical to your spiritual journey as a person of faith. Faith is a relationship, and its growth and development require spending time in communion with God and with each other. Spend that time with God and God’s children, and through the years your life will be enriched in every way. You will be more courageous, joyful, embracing, hospitable, confident, thankful, and generous. Worship will help you become the best that you can be, shape you into a person of deep, mature faith in the God who made you, redeemed you, sustains you and loves you, and prepare you to embrace life that is eternal.