FIRST-PERSON: Today’s worship styles remind us of something
GRACEVILLE, Fla. (BP)--I have been fascinated by the discussions of worship styles and the impact the various styles have had on the fellowship between churches and the people attending churches. Years ago I served as minister of music/education in Arkansas churches and was constantly besieged with requests to change the worship service, or not change it, to use only the piano and organ or allow a number of other instruments into the service. About the only common thread I could find throughout these requests was personal taste in style and music. There was very little said about the worship experience.