Talking Life, Ministry, and Worship: Dr. Jonathan Powers

Dr. Jonathan Powers, faculty member at Asbury Seminary and graduate of the Institute for Worship Studies, talked was the guest on this episode of Ancient-Future Faith. Jonathan talked about his love for worship, admiration for Robert Webber, and his current duties at the seminary.


2 Responses to Talking Life, Ministry, and Worship: Dr. Jonathan Powers

  1. Samson Pandit May 11, 2018 at 9:24 PM #

    Holiness both individual & corporate centering Christ is important. We cannot have personal holiness without Christ as our savior neither can we have corporate holiness without personal holiness and Christ among us. Liturgy is important but it should not be just a liturgical tradition without spiritual conviction and communion with God, personal as well as corporate. Our belief should be expressed both in the reciting of liturgy, singing, fellowship as the life action in the world towards the establishment of the Kingdom of God. Theological soundness as well as sound expression is important also for a true Spiritual experience as well as sharing the evangel.

  2. Ratan K Sarkar May 12, 2018 at 4:30 PM #

    Worship is important in christian life. We need to be careful how we do it. Worship is the proclamation of the Gospel. That’s why we need to be careful what we sing,how we sing (style of worship). Worship should be God centered, God oriented instead of human oriented. We need to give value of ancient history of the churches as well as we need to consider the value of current culture and the maturity of evangelical faith. Worship shapes our faith or its a expression of our believe.

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