Capstone Project

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You will complete a Capstone Project that serves as the final exam for this course. You will complete this as a 2-part project in the following manner:

Part 1: Discovery and Evaluation

This is a 10–12-page evaluation of the major topics discussed over the duration of this course. Based on the materials and information gathered from the course presentations, reading assignments, and personal research, discuss how these topics impact and influence worship in relation to:

  1. Changes in culture
  2. Music
  3. Technology and media
  4. Worship presentation
  5. Approach to preaching

Thoroughly document a minimum of 20 references (footnotes and bibliography) following current Turabian format.

Part 2: Comparison and Practical Application

Using the materials and observations from Part 1 of this project, prepare a 15-minute, 12–15-slide PowerPoint presentation explaining how the 7 areas of influence studied during this course relate to the Biblical Worship Model (Formational Worship, Transformational Worship, Relational Worship, Missional Worship, and Reproducible Worship).

The purpose of Part 2 of this project is to prepare a presentation that could be used to teach and apply the content of this course within a local church setting. Provide a written narrative or script for use during a public demonstration of the PowerPoint presentation. Select 1 of the PowerPoint slide templates available on Liberty University's PowerPoint Guidelines webpage. The guidelines are established by the Internal Marketing Department.

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Chegecharles
School: UC Berkeley

Hello! This is my final work on the first assignment.Lemme know of any changes you would like me to make asap.
Great👊 Find the slides attached.

BIBLICAL WORSHIP MODEL
Name

Formational Worship
• Formational worship requires genuine engagement and faith.
• A change in the way people worship is inevitable to encompass the
formative approach to worship.
• Singing on itself may not constitute the whole aspect of worship.
• Worshipping is expected to; change the way we live, redefine our
imagination, increase our affections to God and portray our identity.
• When we meet together in church to read scripture, recite creeds or
sing, we glorify God by rehearsing His story.
• Another illustration of formational worship is through confession of
sins.

Formational Worship
• Formational worship requires genuine engagement and faith.
• A change in the way people worship is inevitable to encompass the
formative approach to worship.
• Singing on itself may not constitute the whole aspect of worship.
• Worshipping is expected to; change the way we live, redefine our
imagination, increase our affections to God and portray our identity.
• When we meet together in church to read scripture, recite creeds or
sing, we glorify God by rehearsing His story.
• Another illustration of formational worship is through confession of
sins.

Formational Worship Continued
• Sharing the word of God at the church or in missions are also good
ways in which we affirm to formational worship.
• Through formational worship, we receive the nourishment of the
God’s word and use it as the bread of life.
• It is therefore right to claim that worship is a way of meeting God.
• Reforming our habits through repeated worship can bring us close to
God.

Transformational Worship
• The goal of any kind of activity is to bring about change to the
participant.
• Worship would lose meaning if at the end no form of change
happened to us for being involve in it.
• Mostly, worship has been reduced into singing lyrics and little tunes in
the church.
• The appropriate type of worship is expected to leave the audience in
a state of self contemplation of their relationship with God.
• The congregation must want to know God more after a worship
session.

Transformational Worship Continued
• Worship raises our quest to live according to God’s will by challenging
the spiritual connection with God.
• Certain praise songs and hymns, can guarantee our personal
transformation if taking seriously.
• God demands complete honesty from us. Such level of honesty can
leave us breathless.
• Presentencing with God can never work because He knows us more
than we perceive ourselves.
• It is important to first come to terms with our inner self before going
before God

Transformational Worship Continued
• Our intensions to praise and glorify God are affirmed through
worship.
• Spiritual transformation is initiated by God so that He can help us
grow as His children.
• It is however our mandate to embrace His teachings through avoiding
sin and what is evil.
• Our bodies must remain clean for us to be accepted as God’s
servants.

Relational Worship
• Worship is the complete association between the worshiped and the
worshiper.
• It is important that we avoid being worshipers in the church but instead
embrace the aspect of worship that builds our connection with God.
• Transactional worship should never substitute relational worship.
• Transaction worship is where there is a give and take formulation between
the worshiper and the worshipped.
• Instead of worshipping God to expect something from Him, the worship
does it just for God and without no personally motivated advantage.
• God’s benefits and interests are the major themes in relational worship.

Relational Worship continued
• Relational worship uses common addresses to the object of worshipGod.
• It is not limited to time or place.
• The worshiper has to sacrifice his mind, body, spirit, soul and heart to
Him.
• It concentrates on spontaneous adorations and spiritual relationships.

Missional Worship
• This is the process through which pioneers form fresh expressions
through worshiping in relation to the immediate context.
• We must forget our interests in worship and try to bring new
believers into the context of worship.
• Giving people a chance to narrate their stories is important in
bringing God’s doings into account.
• It is a vital missionary strategy to choose topics for sermons wisely to
ensure that they suit your immediate audience.
• Biblical literacy should never be assumed as note every person knows
ever line in the bible.

Missional Worship Continued
• To bring about freshness in expression of the world of God, it is
important to practice rotational church leadership.
• New church members should receive an orientation of what is going...

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Thanks for the help.

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