Pictures and video of the Sunday service in Guadalajara. Watch out for the 13-year-old guitarist!

God bless,

Malcolm

A report on the Saturday morning workshops. Some points from one of the lessons and a few musical excerpts.

Today’s report focuses on the opening session of the conference. Singing, prayer and a thee-part lesson on God’s nature. Part of a musical performance and some of the worship is included.

God bless,

Malcolm

I give a summary of my breakfast conversation with Andy Ezeilo and threaten to kill a bird.

Please continue to pray for Andy & I that we’ll bring back what we need.

God bless,

Malcolm

I’m waiting for a connecting flight from Mexico City to Guadalajara where Frank will be picking me up. What’s the main question on my mind as I go off to pray in a deserted departure lounge at 4 AM? It is this. Why has God brought me to Mexico? What does he want me to learn?

Please continue to pray for Andy & I that we’ll bring back what we need.

God bless,

Malcolm

I’m waiting to board at Heathrow. Mexico here we come. I’m reflecting on some of the questions, ideas and feedback I’ve received on the Corporate Worship Matters Facebook group page.

Let me know what you think of the ideas and what you’d hope Andy and I can bring back from the conference that’ll be useful to us in the UK & Ireland.

God bless,

Malcolm

What’s your method for collecting ideas for your next lesson? It’s really annoying when you have a killer illustration come to mind –  but no way to record it. I share my current method using Drafts and Evernote. What do you do? Please leave a comment – I’d like to know. So would many other people.

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When is it appropriate to apologise in a lesson? We think about servanthood, humility and our motives for public apologies.

“Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.” (Ephesians 4:29)

What’s the best way to end a talk? We take some inspiration from Jesus and Paul. What are your thoughts? Please leave a comment.

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