Holy Habits is an adventure in Christian discipleship. Inspired by Luke’s model of church found in Acts 2:42–47, it identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them.
Worship offered as grateful response involves all of our lives; our work, rest,
enjoyment of creation, service, eating, giving – and, yes, our gatherings for the
focused activity of services of Worship.
Worship can arise from a glad heart, but it can also be the deliberate choice of a
hurting one. All of life can be Worship when lived for love of God. So, resourcing
for Worship, learning to Worship even when we don’t feel like it, learning to make
everything we do in our daily lives a Worship offering to God, is about 24/7, everyday discipleship.
…is a way of life
…flows from gratitude to God
…involves all our lives
True Spiritual Worship involves being open to God’s Spirit in our homes, in our work, in our leisure,
so that we love what God would love, and do what God would do.