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Jesus said, “I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me and I in him, he bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing.” John 15:5
He also said, “But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.” Mathew 6:6
When preparing to dance in ministry or to teach a class, we need to also be dancing at home in private.
•Do you have a longing to worship the Lord in private?
•Do you want ever sense the Lord calling you to dance in the morning but struggle to get moving?
•Would you like to expand your movement vocabulary for your private worship?
•Would you like to help the children in your life to worship from the heart when they dance?
•Would you like to help your dance team develop a greater heart of worship?
If so, this video is for you.
Watch this 2 minute video to get a glimpse of how it can jump start your devotional life:
On this video, you will learn a pattern of prayer and simple movements to do early in the day that get you moving in worship.
These dances were developed over the years from some of Amy Tang’s favorite verses and from choruses to some of her favorite worship choruses.
Based on the acronym ABIDE, they will give you a starting point to engage your body, and, by engaging my body, to engage your heart.
You can teach these to your children’s praise dance team or class and have them use them as a pattern for prayer to begin our class, preparing ourselves to worship from the heart.
This project is truly accessible to worshipers of all ages and skill levels. The movements come out of expressive sign and can be done first thing in the morning, before you are ready to move your whole body. They can be done in a small place, beside your bed, on your couch, in your prayer closet. Because they consist primarily of upper body movements done in a posture of prayer, you can do them when your family is still asleep without awakening them.
Amy Tang teaches these five devotional dances, step-by-step, so you can do them with her. Then, you see her teach these concepts to a class of children, so that you can see how it works to teach them to a group. You will be blessed by their hearts of worship.
When you purchase Devotions in Motion, the videos will be available to watch online or to download and keep on your own computer. Amy has my heart set on releasing a physical DVD, but that will happen later.
Total Running Time: 62 minutes
“I have been recovering from an ankle and knee injury and using ‘Devotions In Motion’ in the am has helped me to reconnect with my love for movement as a vehicle to worshipping God even while I am recovering!” – Jennifer Bodde, of Wholistic Christan Ministries
“I loved the devotional prayer movement. the Lord is rekindling sacred /praise dance in my life:) Thank you again ever so much.” – Connie McDonald, worshiper