Why freedom and vision matter.
"When you love honoring God, your face shows it."
An easy fall into idolatry that tempts us all.
If you want to be a strong leader of God, do these things.
These things will guarantee inauthentic worship in your service.
It's all too common for worship ministers to chase their ministry instead of their loved ones. Here's how to avoid that.
The importance of asking God to save us.
How our past can rescue our present.
Take care of your beats.
"Be full of faith in a God who can work through you, or around you, or in spite of you."
Choirs and worships bands don't have to compete—they can thrive, together.
Don't make your service inauthentic by doing these things.
How to keep your digital platform safe.
The power of an old word.
How to take yourself out of the equation.
Don't take on every hat that's available.
"I love it when worship leaders point me to the gospel."
In times of crisis, often the arts pick up the slack when the culture is unable to accurately speak on a given topic. This is one of those times.
In a recent Twitter survey, I asked respondents to share with me a singular event that impressed them in a church worship service.
What's in a name?