I love a cappella and instrumental. I love old hymns and new praise music. But you know what my favorite worship service is? It's one where: I can see that Clois was feeling better and was able to come; I can hear Roye Sue's beautiful soprano voice and see Bob lost in wonder, love, and praise; I can watch Bob and Janice raise their hands with smiles on their faces; I can catch a glimpse at the praise-filled faces of Emily Quile, Andrew and Nicholas Boone, and Haley Lucas (as well as lots of other children); I can see the children from the Colonial Apartments look to Gary and Maria for love and instruction; I can observe Lorin looking around to see if anything is needed by anyone; I can watch Wendell and Betty nodding and smiling, (as I try to imagine all their years of church-planting around the world). I can feel the warmth of Bob and Jimmie, spiritual leaders in every way. Great worship can take many forms--as long as it seeks to "ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name" (1 Chron. 16:29). But more and more I experience the deepest meaning of worship as part of this faith community. I've just mentioned some of the ones who sit around me. I love praising God around these people who typically are right near my front pew, er, theater seat. How about you? What do you see in your family of faith as you worship that inspires you and draws you closer to God?