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Commit to Worship: Throw Your Cap Over the Wall

Now that some of those worship leading strengths or sweet-spots we so depended on and were revered for may no longer be available in the near future, how are we going to continue to lead? Maybe it’s time for us to throw our cap over the wall.
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Why Worship Leaders Should Be Committed to Discipleship

A worship leader must be as committed to the discipleship enterprise of a local church as any other pastoral leader, paid or volunteer.
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How to Fight Temptation: 8 Ways to Beat Temptation

We all face temptations of many kinds. God wants us to beat them. We don’t have to sin, as powerful as temptations feel. Here...
how to become an encourager

How To Become an Encourager: 15 Steps

Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing. - 1 Thessalonians 5:11 How To Become an Encourager I want to...
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The Power of Disconnecting

This day and age, we are constantly connected to others via cell phones, social media and whatnot, often in more than one way at the same time. But have you thought about the power of being disconnected?
Christian Movies: 10 Movies That Aren't Half Bad!

Christian Movies: 10 Movies That Aren’t Half Bad!

It’s been said that from production and storytelling perspectives, many Christian movies of the past years are: 1. Usually have an ultra-low budget. 2. The stories...
What Does Your Worship Say About God?

What Does Your Worship Say About God?

If an outsider came into your Sunday meeting and observed you worshiping, what would he conclude you think about God?
Thanksgiving: The Forgotten Holiday

Thanksgiving: The Forgotten Holiday

This Thanksgiving, what can you do, say and sing that will help hurting people in your congregation find hope?
Worship Leader

12 Questions We Must Ask About a Worship Leader

Are our leaders living up to their calling?

Christian Tomatoes: The Christian Rip-Offs Continue

I wrote recently about “Godinterest” – the Christian social media site that’s a rip-off of Pinterest. Before that it was “Christian Chirp” – the rip-off of...

Feelings Are Real. But Are They Always the Truth?

There’s a new movie coming out about James Brown, who sang the hit song called “I Feel Good.” He’d wail, “I FEEEEEEEEEL good. I...

Why “Worship Is All About God – It Is Not About Us” Is Dead...

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a hundred times. I’ve heard pastors and conference speakers say it, too. You probably know the phrase,...

Why Worship Leaders Should End Rehearsal Before the Congregation Comes In

Worship leaders are an incredibly important part of today’s church. But from time to time I take them to task, like in this post...

5 Things Forgiveness Doesn’t Mean

Over the years I’ve counseled some individuals who’ve been horribly sinned against. At times I did a really poor job of helping them navigate their pain...

Don't Just Write Pastor Books, Write Serious Books

When most pastors write books, you can bet they’re compiled from sermon notes and manuscripts. Preach a series on fear, and they end up...

Jesus Is Not Only Sympathetic; He Can Change Things

Before he saved me, I didn’t picture Jesus as having much empathy toward me. I thought of him as distant or indifferent.  After all, he had a...

14 Commandments of Video Preaching

Of the estimated 8,000+ multisite churches in North America, half deliver their sermons by way of video and the other half utilize live-in person...

5 Tips That Will Improve Your “I’m Sorry" Skills

It’s not often that I’m forced to apologizeProbably only twice a day.So while I’m still undoing the suck that this involves…I have 5 tips...

The Art of a Meaningful Email: Real-Life Example

I’m going to guess that when you think of email you don’t think positively about it. It’s regarded as one of those necessary evils...
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