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?
I hope these 12 keys challenge you like they challenge me.
If you apply these points, you just might start attracting the best kind of people as well—talented, servant-hearted, church-loving, kingdom-minded.
Eleven hidden truths your pastor wishes you understood.
This mix of traditional songs and new spins on regular favorites are ideal for the season.
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Heed these warnings from the past to ensure your church's future.
Once worship leaders regain the vision of enabling the congregation to be participants in the journey of corporate worship, I believe we can return worship to the people once again.
What you need to know to foster an excellent group.
Worship ministry is mostly about getting out of our own way. If we can minimize distraction, be more authentic, build trust and love Jesus, we’ll create an environment where people participate rather than spectate.
It’s hard to ignore the language of the Bible when it comes to the environment and volume of worship. It is characteristically loud.
Here are my 10 most important rules as a team member.
"Choir provides opportunities for many members to serve."
The most important quality is what we assume and take for granted.
"I am intentional about carving out time and space for personal interaction with people I wouldn’t have time to get to know."
God is every day blessing us, doing well for us, there is therefore reason that we should be every day blessing him, speaking well of him.