Worship is one of those fascinating topics that can both unite and divide the church.
There are many leaders who lead worship but don’t lead people. Here's why that's harmful.
Two recent lawsuits serve as notice. Is your small church at risk?
These tools will make preaching prep, team management and social media strategy significantly easier.
How to break out of the frustrating cycle of trying to kickstart worship each week.
Jamie Brown explores the lessons for worship leaders he found in Psalm 145.
Let your church accept these truths in order to fully pursue revival.
What one worship leader learned from watching a conductor at a classical concert.
Often, we view our older congregants as impediments to innovation. That might be increasingly unfair.
With a humble heart, consider these ideas that will encourage an attitude of worship in the hearts of your people.
"I wanted you to have the feeling when you look in his eyes that he was accepting of who you are. I wanted him to be able to stare at you and heal you from the painting.”
Momentum rises and falls on leadership.
What you need to know to get the right sound out of your band.
What you can do to make sure you-in-10-years is someone you're proud of.
“It’s an amazing opportunity God has provided for me to share some of my new music," Tauren Wells says.
Want to lose some great teammates? Do these things.
All musicians, regardless of their Christianity and their right-mindedness and generous hearts, have a little bit of pride lurking down deep in the soul.
How does liberty translate to our services?
Why you might have disgruntled team members—and what you can do about it.
Pastor Rick Warren explains how church leaders can survive and thrive in their ministries