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Leading your church in worship is not only about music and the arts, but it is also about your relationship with Jesus. You will find inspiration, encouragement, and help to keep your relationship with God strong and vibrant.

Is Curiosity More Significant Than Talent?

Early in life I discovered the power of curiosity, and I’ve been incredibly curious ever since. I’ve always been fascinated at what’s over the...

The Problem With Not Caring What Other People Think

Everyone wishes we could be that one person who really doesn’t care what anybody else thinks. “I don’t care what anybody thinks” is a...

3 Ways Hope Can Radically Alter Your Life Today

Hope is a powerful word. You may have used it, like me, once or twice in the past week. You may have said, “I hope...

Confessions of a Worship Wars Mercenary

It’s been brutal on the blog-o-battlefield. Since last week’s Holy Soup article “Why They Don’t Sing on Sunday Anymore,” I’ve been dodging incoming fire from hundreds...

A Real-Life Example Why Culture Is More Important Than Vision

Culture is more important than vision.  From experts likeJohn Maxwell to Sam Chand, that premise is a critical leadership principle. The reason is simple: An organization’s culture...

Jesus Allows Us to Stop Keeping Up with the Joneses

Few things steal the joy out of life like comparison. Comparing myself to someone else can ruin my day in five seconds flat. Most Christians,...

A New Definition of Worship Big Enough to Live In

We need a more compelling definition of worship. Our current one is causing crazy problems with our stages, experiences and direction. This generation has come...

Lose the Christian Swag

If the Christian organization you belong to… The church you are on staff at… The Christian conference you speak at… The selfie with famous Christian … Even remotely...

5 Things EVERY Worship Leader Needs to Know

Hey everyone! Lee McDerment, here…Worship Director at NewSpring Church. I’ve been serving in this position since I started with the church right after graduating college in...

People You Fire: How Are They Doing Now?

There are a few ministry organizations in the country who’s list of people that have been fired is like a “who’s who” of great...

14 Ingredients for Developing a Worship Ministry (from Scratch)

Years ago, I developed the following ideas on building a worship ministry for church planting pastors and worship leaders. Since then, many wise friends...

Seven Ways to Grow Your Church by Leveraging Social Media

Information is advancing daily on a global stage through the connectivity of the Internet. Email, blogs and social platforms contribute to the viral spread...

Why They Don’t Sing on Sunday Anymore

Looking around the church last Sunday I noticed that the majority weren’t singing. And most of those who were singing barely moved their lips....

Why You Need a Project

Everybody needs a project. It may be your job, but in most cases, it’s something else. Some call it a “hobby,” but to me...

An Annual Letter from Worry Incorporated to Stephen Altrogge

Dear Stephen, It’s that time of year again! It’s time to renew your annual subscription to Worry Incorporated! We at Worry Inc. greatly value your...

The First Moment Your Adopted Son Wonders Out Loud … About His Other Mother...

I’m no idiot.I knew the day was coming.I guess I just didn’t know how my heart would react when it came. We have been VERY...

Church Communication Lessons from Fast Food Drive-Thru

Churches and drive-thru fast food restaurants seem to have little to no comparative value, until you look at the common denominator of both: the...

It’s Easier to Kill People You Can’t See

In his book, What It’s Like To Go To War, Karl Marlantes, who served in the Vietnam War, talks about the danger of the “clean...

Grab the Cookie: How to Give Yourself Permission to Succeed

A while back I saw a video with author Michael Lewis, the writer of the bestselling book Moneyball. He remarked on a study from a few years...

Target CEO Resigns: Leaders Are Responsible Even When Things Aren't Their Fault

The CEO of Target resigned last week amid the furor over the data breach that jeopardized 40 million payment card accounts since the Black Friday shopping weekend. Gregg...
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