Carlos Whittaker sounds off at his least-favorite post-service comments.
Roberts: "We simply can't ignore money and its relationship to worship."
Give good thought to what you say while you lead worship—it matters!
Bob Kauflin helps leaders prevent the neglect of the gospel in worship.
"Creativity is akin to discipline, a muscle that must be worked and stretched," says Amena Brown.
Trends that used to take decades, even centuries, now happen in months and years.
We don’t lead others out of a vacuum but in real life.
Carlos Whittaker reminds us to stay community centered.
Glenn Packiam challenges pastors to recover the sacredness of the pastoral vocation.
Sally Morgenthaler warns against falling into the pits of worship boredom.
Bobby Gruenewald says video preaching helps extend the reach of gifted communicators.
Don Chapman talks about church growth and worship styles.
"The underlying assumption is that a pastor's role is simply to communicate a message," says Glenn Packiam.
"The purpose of theology is doxology. We study in order to praise." --J. I. Packer
Brenton Brown helps worship leaders get beyond the list of rules to our Role Model for holiness.
Why does God command us not only to praise him, but to sing praises to him?
What to do when other leaders don't "get" the delicate dynamics of worship.
"A really good artist is constantly reading the room," says Doug Lawrence.
Matt Redman encourages us to think carefully about the language we use in worship.
This court ruling is, without question, an interesting one: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled that a religious organization that...