These tips can ease your audio—and personnel—struggles in your church.
Worship leaders need several characteristics, skills and attitudes to be successfully used by God.
If we practice worshipping in ways we aren’t comfortable with then we will get more comfortable stretching our comfort zones in all aspects of our lives.
Have you ever woken up on Sunday morning to lead a well-prepared service only to find the people didn't respond the way you thought they would, or that they should have?
"Our society is fixated on what’s new and what’s next, but hymns remind us that what’s next is not always what’s best."
We worship a God who actually understands what we feel on a day-to-day basis.
Since the beginning, Scripture records multiple tensions that shaped the worship experience for believers and in some instances divided the church.
"If we spent more time discovering what we believe and why, who God is and what that means for us, we’d be a lot more likeable as Christians."
Silence is an under-utilized spiritual discipline that could be a very healthy addition to your worship services.
What to remember about change management.
A sample of what a day in the life of a worship pastor looks like.
Why you need to lean into community.
"David’s heart of worship is on full display, overflowing into passionate dancing and celebration."
These things are sure to harm your ministry.
How to help your worshipers engage more with praising God.
Giving thanks to God in those moments when time seems to stop.
Here's how you can help facilitate true peacemaking on your team.
U2 frontman Bono shares some deep (and in some places, colorful) thoughts on the Psalms and the incredibly painful experience of creating art.
You know about Christian year seasons like Advent and Lent, but what about Epiphany?
How you can seek God intentionally over the next three weeks.