A Lead from: “Are Pronouns Making Our Worship Lonely?” by Adam McLane

This awakening post is a lead to an excellent reflection of what many may be experiencing in a gathered worship experience. For those with similar experiences or thoughts for a way forward, please join the discussion on Adam’s website.

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I’m not a worship leader. My butt is too big for skinny jeans. My high school piano teacher told me to quit trying to learn. And no one would knowingly hand me a microphone to sing into.

That means that at least once per week I’m led in worship. And that means that while the worship leaders are up there singing songs and talking and doing their thing, I’ve got lots and lots of time to think down here.

So accept this as a personal lament, not indictment. I’m sharing it while longing, praying, and seeking something I don’t even know exists.

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