Nothing can be compared to the fulfillment I experience every time I dance for God. I just can't further express how happy I am to be called and still be allowed to dance for Him (especially in the church) despite how weak and undeserving I am. I am just thankful that God allowed me, together with my co-dancers to be in that ministry. Not all of us can dance perfectly nor can all of us memorize steps that easily but, God is still gracious enough to allow us to be His dance ministers.
What's amazing is dancing for God can be done in many ways -- it can be through hiphop, ballet, folk or ethnic dances. In any way or in any dance moves, God can be praised and worshipped because worship starts in the heart and not in the location, music or patterns. You can worship God through the talents He gave you, may it be dancing, painting, cooking, singing, serving, acting, or eating. In any way, God can be glorified as long as you acknowledge Him who gave you those talents and as long as you set your heart towards Him. Whoever you are, you can worship God, our Creator.
This dance was for the last Sunday of February. First music played was "Sabik sa Presensya Mo" by Faith Music Manila (a Filipino Christian Band) and second music played was "Panginoon ng Aking Buhay" by Rommel Guevarra's Album (a Filipino Christian Artist).
This dance was made during our Church's Christmas party last December 19, 2010 with the music "I Lift Up My Eyes" by Shalom Jerusalem. Choreography by Mrs. Abi Diloy.
This was our dance last October 31, 2010 in preparation for the upcoming Christmas season. Music used was "Joy to the World" by Mariah Carey".
This was our dance presentation for our yearly Thanksgiving Day last November 15, 2010. Music was "Thank you for Giving to the Lord" by unknown artist.
Your Kikay Morena/ Dancer,