Worship & Creative Leaders

Tradition as a Hindrance to Our Worship

Neglecting the commandment of God, you hold to the tradition of men; thus invalidating the word of God by your tradition which you have...

The Offering of Worship

"There came a woman having an alabaster box of ointment of spikenard very precious; and she broke the box and poured it on his...

Hymns to Choruses: Who Made the Change?

For several years now, we have all heard the arguments for the worship war in our churches. The worship war has caused church splits,...

A Treatise on the Roles of the Worship Leader

The concept of the role of worship leader has deep biblical roots. From the trumpeters leading the army of God into battle, to King...

Our Passion and Pursuit: Knowing God Intimately

A businessman seeking professional counsel was asked by his counselor to describe his life. He said, "I have come to the end of my...

Cross-Cultural Worship: Back to the Basics

Have you ever asked yourself the question, "What does worship sound like in other parts of the world?" We often tend to think that...

The Stones Cry Out

The same question is being asked today as it was in Jesus' day, "Why do those worshippers make so much noise? Isn't worship supposed...

What the Church Needs Now: Worship Perspectives for the New Millennium

As the church of Jesus Christ has entered a new century and a new millennium, along with the rest of the world, we find...

I Want to Know Him

There is a moment in any relationship, actually a number of moments, in which you become aware that something has changed, that the relationship...

Proclamation and Praise: The Role of Christ in Worship

Jesus Christ in His incarnation was "made for a little while lower than the angels" (Heb. 2:9), subjected Himself to death on a cross...

Is God Pleased?…Is He?

Unfortunately, on more than one occasion I have found it hard to get the sleep I need. There have been many instances where I...

Worship: How Soon We Forget

It's amazing to me that week after week I get so caught up in ministry that I forget what life is really all about....

Prayer and Worship: The Relationship

We know from scripture that two things God requires of us as Christians is prayer and worship. We have been instructed in God's Word...

Why So Many Words in Worship?

Over at the Gospel Coalition blog Kevin DeYoung gives 25 reasons why words are so important in our corporate worship. Here are some samples: All the...

Worship: 1 Chronicles 21

1 Chronicles 21:24, "But King David replied to Araunah, "No, I insist on paying the full price. I will not take for the Lord...

The Reservoir of Worship

"Happy are they who dwell in thy house; continually do they praise Thee. Selah. Happy is the man who has strength in thee, in...

Bow Down

Often it has been said that as human beings, "we are almost helplessly self-centered." This of course is due to what we call "original...

Worship Amidst Disaster

As a worship leader, I have always struggled with worship and tragedy. When something like 9/11, a natural disaster, or something similar happens, how...

Drawing God's People Into Worship

Congregational participation in worship is a powerful testimony to the nature of the New Covenant.
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