I was sure I could make it all work if I just tried harder. And try harder I did—to the point that I was not only exhausted from ministry but exhausted from trying to become a better person.
"Here are 15 questions a worship leader (and his or her pastor) should consider."
Being aware of these moments gives people an opportunity to see who God is even more.
Sunday mornings are a stressful time for pastors. How can you support them on a Sunday?
"If you are a small- or medium-sized church, or one with a smaller marketing and communications budget, don’t give up."
Hillsong's new album has a simultaneously personal and corporate feel. Inviting listeners to think deeply about the consequences of freedom, its songs are sure to grace Sunday morning services around the world.
"Nothing satisfies or yields more joy than spending time with Jesus."
"Don’t take this too seriously, except maybe do."
These prayers will help you lean on God during your busiest days.
Worship isn’t simply singing songs. It’s a lifestyle devoted to loving God and putting Him first in all things.
These are the kinds of things I wish I was told when I started leading worship. Which is why I compiled this list.
I’m tired of the question, “Where is God calling you?” because I believe we already have the answer to this question.
Picking great songs for worship is one of the most important skills a worship leader needs to learn. There are many different kinds and levels of worship songs.
"Asking ourselves questions is a way of creating a problem or a mystery to be solved."
Is your team on a pursuit? Is that how you would describe the culture of your team?
"There has been no other communications channel in history where your church is just one click away from being noticed by your broader community..."
Here are 20 Inspiring Quotes About Worship: For Worship Leaders, by Worship Leaders.
"Let’s make sure our people don’t assign to music a power it was never meant to have."
Dan Wilt on what we get wrong, and how we can get it right.
How old is too old? How young is too young? Does a multi-generational worship team work? What are the best practices?