Thoughts to instill a sense of purpose in the creative Christian voice
"The Bible is not a collection of stories-with-a-point," says Glenn Packiam.
Jeremy Cowart often points his camera at things that are much, much larger than himself.
A time to focus, repent, reflect, and relive the longing for Christ's arrival on Earth.
When it comes to church, we don’t want 'cool' as much as we want 'real.'
You can worship God wherever you are, doing whatever it is you do!
Around every table, no matter how big or small, there's an opportunity nothing short of precious.
Some tongue-in-cheek advice on what NOT to do when leading worship.
What are your core values as a leader of worship?
Is “experience” a valid and helpful way to describe our gatherings?
Is today's church becoming increasingly feminine? Bob Kauflin weighs in.
The beloved worship leader will assume a senior leadership role in a nearby church.
Music can be a deeply theological revelation of truth, one that mere words fail to convey.
Are you obsessed with excellence more than worship itself?
Using secular songs for worship can have a number of effects.
Bob Kauflin discusses whether applause or clapping with music is appropriate in worship.
Veteran musician Charlie Peacock talks about "choosing sides" between the Church and culture.
Don Chapman says worship music is changing--and if he can change, anyone can!
Darlene Zschech shares her insights on the worship leader's struggle to stay "clothed in humility."
Carlos Whittaker sounds off at his least-favorite post-service comments.