Worship Dancing with Instrument of Praise
When it comes to worshipping God, whether in singing, praying or dancing, it should start with, and in, the heart. 1 Samuel 16:7, says when Samuel sought a king, the Lord said to Samuel, 'Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”
A worship dancer is a dancer, which expresses his or her belief through movement in the worship session. The goal is to worship God through the use of the body to express glory, honor and adoration to the Holy Spirit.
On these pages, you will read about the biblical uses of instruments of praise, some of the many names of God, and many ways to worship God in the dance. The word of God says, "And David danced before the LORD with all his might; and David was girded with a linen ephod." (2 Sam. 6:14 KJV.) Learn to give God your all, in worship dance, while using instruments of praise.
Kelly Sobers is an experienced praise and worship dancer who has a passion for worship dance. She originally started worship dancing at the age of 17 yrs old in Barbados with the first dance at the Barbados Community College. She later joined the dance ministry at the Apostolic Teaching Center in Barbados. She danced with the dance group for a period of 10 years. During the ministry of the dance, Kelly danced on several stages. She danced during the worship on Sunday mornings at church in a worship, intercessory and prophetic atmosphere. She was also privileged to dance with the group at the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) where the group ministered and won several awards.
Kelly also travelled to countries such as Jamaica and Bahamas with the Apostolic Teaching Center dance group. She attended dance conferences in Bahamas and USA and also ministered in dance at the conferences using instruments of praise, such as flags, tambourines and streamers.
Kelly is married to her wonderful husband Winston Sobers and she has three children. She thanks her family for their support with the dance ministry and she thanks the Apostolic Teaching Center for teaching and imparting the dance ministry to her.