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Reach Up High

I wish I were more like a preschooler.

I wish I were more like a preschooler.

That thought comes to mind every time I watch children between two and five years old sing and dance to worship songs. Typically they just stand up and start dancing. No anxiety over whether or not they look cool, and no cares if anyone is dancing the way they are—just uninhibited movement with the music. In fact, kids in these ages aren't flustered even when they don't know all the words to a song, they sing whatever they can at the top of their lungs and straight from their hearts. Preschoolers have plenty of capacity to authentically worship God.

Yes, I wish I were more like a preschooler; reaching up high toward God and singing His praises with my whole heart and soul. Even though you and I can't literally go back in age to join children in this age group, we can become very deliberate about the music we use to lead them in worship.

To start, let's agree that worship music for preschoolers is so much more than simply helping them work their ...

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