Worship & Creative How To's
Just as songs speak volumes about our hearts. the worship song slides we display shares our visual theology.
When we are mentoring someone, there are areas of our leadership that the enemy would like to capitalize on to bring us – and the person we are mentoring – down.
Once you’ve recruited musicians, your sound team, your leaders, and your media techs – the question becomes how to keep team members? And how to keep team members for the long haul.
Blended worship is not as divisive an issue as it was 10 or 20 years ago, mainly because the worship wars have largely subsided, resulting either in different styles having their own services, or a different style having prevailed after a long battle.
Singing worship can be challenging. People around the world are sadly changing their church’s worship (often unintentionally) into a spectator event, as evidenced by the lack of singing worship from the congregation. Here's what's going on.
If you’ve ever been asked to lead worship for a funeral or memorial service, you know just how daunting it can be. How do we go about leading the music for such a pivotal, emotional event in so many peoples’ lives?
to become a worshiper, we need to repeatedly embrace the fact that worship is a lifestyle. I want that action to become as natural as breathing, brushing my teeth, and eating my meals.
Recently I spent the afternoon/evening at Mariners Church in Irvine, California, watching the worship practices that drive their weekend weekend gatherings.
As worshippers, we want to know all we can about worship; not only how to worship but what worship is all about. That's why worship etymology is so important.
The state-of-the-art new sound system is rolled into the new church, and on the grand opening they end up with music that sounds like it came out of a tin can.
Ineffective and unenjoyable rehearsals are worship team morale killers and congregational engagement limiters.
What is a worship pastor? According to Darlene Zschech: "I believe in my heart of hearts that the worship pastor of a team does not have to be the most talented, the most eloquent, the most gifted writer."
What should you look for a in a worship leader for your church?
When certain musicians take hold of their instrument, magic happens. What are the qualities that make for engaging, powerful musicians, great musicians?
Worship Leaders have really been put to the test in the last year. It is time for a major disruption in the worship paradigm of the church. 2020 set the stage, and we’re ready for a change.
The desire for deeper roots in something historical and more eternally enduring than the latest trends and fads American Christianity may be wrestling with has driven me to articulate my own modern creed.
In worship ministry thinking about keeping younger players or finding future players, singers, or even a primary worship leader is rarely a consideration until a vacancy occurs.
Think outside the box and come up with ways to really celebrate this season. Here are seven ideas for Christmas worship to get your creative juices going.
Veteran musician and worship leader Tony Guerrero offers his very best advice for worship leaders.
Every church, regardless of congregational size and worship design team experience, can learn something from a self-evaluation process. There are a number of details to cover in a worship team meeting.
Four years after the Washington National Cathedral removed windows depicting Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, the windows will be filled with work by artist Kerry James Marshall related to racial justice.
"It's not about becoming like Julia Child," says Ann Voskamp. "Hospitality is about welcoming in the marginalized as the next child of God."