Posts tagged worship
Cultivating the Secret Place

I think the best place to start when talking about the secret place is Jesus while He was on the earth. If Jesus had his own secret place, shouldn’t we? “Jesus went out as usual to the Mount of Olives, and his disciples followed him.” ― Luke 22:39 What I love about this verse is that Luke mentions that going to the Mount of Olives was Jesus’ usual thing to do. So often throughout the gospels it is mentioned that Jesus would leave to go pray, and we should follow that example. Which is why Jesus also gave us instruction on how to pray, giving us promises through seeking Him. Through seeking God in the secret place, we find deliverance and rest.

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Our Spring 2018 Retreat | Leavenworth, Washington

To try to encapsulate this year’s Delight and Be retreat is going to be a challenge, so bear with me. Being a first-timer, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but I knew God was going to be at work there. I just wasn’t prepared for how much He would be at work and how He would do it. All of us girls got there on Thursday evening, warmly greeted by everyone, skipping the handshake and going straight to hugs.

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2018 Workshops at the Delight House are HERE!

THEY'RE ALL HERE! We're so excited to announce all SIX of our 2018 workshops at the Delight House! We like to refer to these workshops as the heartbeat of Delight because they really encapsulate what Delight is all about- community, discipleship, and creativity. Every single workshop in the line up has incredible women of God and creatives who are flying in from around the country to the little Delight House, tucked into the mountains and surrounded by cherry trees in Central Washington. 

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Authentic Worship

What is authentic worship? This question has been bouncing around in my rib cage since I began worship leading 7 years ago. I remember feeling the pressure in middle school and high school to prove my relationship and intimacy with God to others through my outward expression of praise. God soon revealed to me some key practices to develop real, true, authentic worship within myself and within the congregation. I’m going to share 3 of them with you, to hopefully start an ongoing conversation of authentic worship in the Church.

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