I see our sowing of seeds as part of our worship to God. Even God told us as Christians that we must not come empty handed to God but when you come, come along with your gift (seed). I don’t think our service is complete without you sowing a seed.
In too many places and in too many circumstances, worship is only identified with something we do before the sermon. That is, we think the worship leader is one who leads choruses or spiritual songs. The dynamic of the worship experience is a complete package, and it is the sermon, the preaching of the Gospel, that must be central to it. It is the pastor himself who sets the tone for worship.
Proclamation, the preaching of the Gospel, should be central to Christian worship. The sermon is the central dynamic in the worship experience. It is the fulcrum upon which the entire service of worship hinges. Everything that comes before it should point to it, and everything that comes after it should issue out of it. Because of this, the pastor is the worship leader of the church.
William Marrion Branham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Mike Murdock, Martin Luther King Jr., Dag Heward Mills, Billy Graham, Rick Rigsby, David O. Oyedepo, Smith Wigglesworth, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Justice Kojo Bentil, Jerry J. Panou, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Kenneth E. Hagin, Ravi Zacharias, Dr. Myles Munroe, Adrian Pierce Rogers, Joseph Prince, John F. MacArthur, Kenneth M. Copeland, R. C. Sproul, John C. Hagee,