We're playing the same songs, wearing the 'cool' clothes, and calling ourselves original.
In his 'Ask Rick' column, Saddleback worship pastor Rick Muchow weighs in on masculinity in worship.
We might cave to the pressure to attract visitors, but if we want them to come back, there's a better approach.
When we curate our services, we are modeling for those who attend how to interact with society and culture.
A brief rundown of Jesus on the silver screen through the decades
Worship songs tend to stick around for centuries, if they're good ones.
Looking to recoup a theological rhythm in your worship service? Here's how.
When it comes to ministry, there's only one three-part litmus test for fulfillment.
So much of our praise has to do with what God has done as opposed to simply who He is.
Laying my aspirations before God means dying to them completely.
Outreach magazine announces this year's best resources.
Charles Lee offers a list of qualities that mark successful leaders.
The Coen Brothers got it. But do you know how they got it? From A.J. Showalter, a music teacher who wrote it in 1887.
Jesus calls all who will come to His banqueting table. Who are we to break His cup?
We humans are worshipers by our very nature. Anything less is, well, less.
Check out Margaret's top ten and share your own favorite books for leaders.
Purity is a co-op between us and God. It is our job to pursue purity, but His to purify us.
Paul Baloche encourages artists and musicians to serve locally for the greatest impact.
Philip Nation offers nine helpful tips for better worship leading.
How far into the 'love song zone' are you comfortable going in worship?