Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 June 2014

Maybe you’ve seen this classic bit of caffeine for the YouTube soul, but even if you’ve been here already, it’s worth taking the three minutes to be reminded of the question ‘What if Money Didn’t Matter?’

 

 

What happens when we apply the same formula to worship? If money can throttle job-satisfaction, is there an equivalent for worship? What limits do we place on ourselves when we write, lead, play or stand to sing? How different would things be if we really thought about questions like these... 

What if the Approval of our Peers Didn’t Matter?

What if Fear of Failure Didn’t Matter?

What if Trying to Sound Like Someone Else Didn’t Matter?

What if Money Didn’t Matter?

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