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Praise Dance Video Pick of the Week

Hello, praise dancers!

I thought about starting something new on this blog. I wanted to share praise dance videos that have been a blessing to me.

The first one I want to share is a video that was uploaded over 5 years ago. I discovered this video in 2014, during a tough time of my life. I was walking with a cane from hip pain. It was attributed to some of the injuries I had suffered from carrying and giving birth to a baby that was almost 11 pounds.

The song is by Angelo and Veronica called Praise the Lord. They were very big in the contemporary gospel music genre in the 90's. The song is done in English and Spanish. Unfortunately, the song is no longer published as the married gospel duo has slowed down their music ministry.

There are two versions of the dance. One you can see here: Praise the Lord by Angelo and Veronica.

However, I want to highlight the video done at a Hope Christian Church. I was so inspired by this dance I literally jumped out of my chair and started walking …
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The Best Praise Dance Songs for 2017

Hello praise dancers!

It is the day after Resurrection Sunday 2017 (at the time of this writing).

You have probably participated in plays and dances commemorating the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.

It is a very special time of year.

This year we celebrated Passover and spent time with family as we do every year.

I want to update my list on the best praise dance songs. I wanted to do it for this year, 2017. So here it is.

Make sure you save this list on Pinterest. Click her to save. 
Top 10 Praise Dance Songs According to YouTube
There is an actual list of top 10 songs from Billboard, which I will mention in a moment. However, YouTube has a way of displaying what everyday people consider to be the best or most popular. This list was researched according to all of the praise dance uploads in one year.


Put a Praise on it by Tasha CobbsYou Deserve It JJ Hariston and Youthful PraiseThis Means War by Pastor Charles JenkinsThe Hill by Travis GreenI'll Just Say Yes by Brian Cour…

A Fresh Start

Greetings dancers!

It has been a while since I have updated this blog. Why? So many things were happening to me all at once since the last time I posted anything. 
I didn't want to burden you all with what has happening but now that it is over I feel free enough to tell you. 
The last time I updated this blog I was sick with an illness that blocks the sweat glands which is very painful and causes boils under the arms. Doctors had given me no hope of ever recovering from the illness. I am happy to say that I am healed! 
I started to recover in February 2014. The following month I learned I was expecting again. So, our family has grown. When this happened I knew I wouldn't be able to dance for a very long time. I had to concentrate on my family. We are in full-time homeschool mode so it makes it a little difficult to focus on dance with two school aged children and a toddler. 
I've been feeling the pull to continue to write articles on Dancing in the Spirit when the time is …

The Spirit of Esther (Hadassah), Purity, and Marriage

Hadassah, Queen Esther, was chosen by God to save the people of Israel. It is a story that has brought many tears to my eyes while reading, discussing the book of Esther, or even watching One Night With the King. Her sacrifice is exemplary for all women, and poignant for women praise dancers. Her purity and obedience put her in the presence of a king, ultimately saving her people.

What is True Worship

How many times have you heard someone say that God wants true worship, or I am a true worshiper? Well, I have heard it plenty of times. While we know that God wants to be worshiped; and He is seeking those that will worship Him in Spirit and in truth (John 4:24), we must have a true understanding of true worship.

The Mender of Broken Hearts

He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds. Psalm 147:3

On February 10, 2014, my husband and I sat down to watch an episode of It's Supernatural by Sid Roth. Watching this show on Monday nights have been a tradition in my home since my husband and I married. There have been episodes that I have loved and others that left me with a lot of questions. However, this one episode on how to heal a broken heart spoke directly to my husband and I. 

Miriam: Movement and the Exodus

Imagine being an enslaved nation for 400 years with the promise of a deliverer coming to take you to a promised land. Whenever people are oppressed or in bondage for long periods of time, they become complacent in the idea of being enslaved. Their mindset is to serve whatever master is driving them. Freedom, for them, can be hard to comprehend.