In services, in homegroups and through the Monday night worship workshops, as a fellowship we have been learning about whole life worship. During one of the workshops a question we asked in group work was: “What does worship look like to us?”

We wrote down our thoughts and out of these, used online software to create a wordcloud of responses. The more often that word was used in people’s responses, the larger the letters of the word in the wordcloud. The wordcloud is shown here.

God was placed right in the middle and in the largest lettering! And so our Father is, and should always be, front and central in our worship.

The cloud also illustrates a variety of ways in which we can express our love and gratitude to Him, in our words and songs, in our daily actions, as we offer our bodies “as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God.” This is our true and proper worship. (Romans 12:1)

Richard Bryce