Practice Makes Perfect:
The Disciple-Forming Power of Corporate Worship 

Speaker: Dr. Scott Aniol

Friday-Saturday, February 21-22, 2020

  


Topic Description: Christ’s great commission to churches was to “make disciples” (Matt 28:19–20). Churches accomplish this mission through proclaiming the gospel, through “baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,” and through “teaching them to observe all that I have commanded.” Most Christians acknowledge their responsibility to make disciples, yet few recognize the significant role corporate worship plays in such spiritual formation. This conference addresses the formative nature of corporate worship by examining biblical principles concerning how Christian discipleship takes place, how the gospel forms historic worship practices, and the role of culture and music in spiritual maturity


Speaker: Scott Aniol, PhD, is an author, speaker, and teacher of culture, worship, aesthetics, and church ministry philosophy. He is Associate Professor and Chair of the Worship Ministry department at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, he founded Religious Affections Ministries, he lectures around the country in churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries, and he has authored several books and dozens of articles. He also serves as an elder at his church in Fort Worth, TX. Scott holds a masters degree in Theological Studies (SWBTS), a masters degree in Aesthetics (NIU), and a PhD in Worship Ministry (SWBTS).


Schedule:

Friday, February 21, 2020

7:00 pm – Lecture #1: The Spiritual Formation of Religion through Corporate Worship

8:00 pm – Lecture #2: Gospel-Shaped Worship

Saturday, February 22, 2020

9:00 am – Lecture #3: Be Holy in All Your Culture

10:00 am – Lecture #4: Music that Matures

11:00 am - Q&A


*No cost – free to the public!

*Nursery will be provided for children five years old and under; Supervised activities available for children ages 6-11

(There is no charge for nursery, but it is requested that you call or email the church so that we are better able to plan)