Fred McKinnon unpacks the nuances of the dreaded 'P' word.
Many feel that it is something only “performers” should be worrying about, not us in the church.
In worship, as in sports, the first step is to evaluate the process.
Veteran musician and worship leader Tony Guerrero offers his very best advice for worship leaders.
Using this tool in the right ways.
Pursue a blogging strategy that you know will work.
Don't be stuck with bad stock images. Use these sites' images to help.
If you're thinking about incorporating liturgy into your worship services, these tips can help.
If you're a regular blogger, it's far too easy to make these mistakes and betray your readers' belief in you.
Use these ideas to make sure you're keeping your equipment in tip-top condition.
It's essential to keep in mind the structure of the Gospel when leading worship, but it's just as important to not get stuck in a rut.
Use these tips to avoid getting overwhelmed.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or a new leader, these tips can help you succeed.
Don't just let your Twitter exist—use it to inspire and encourage.
Start the new year off right.
Need a quick Christmas presentation? Here's some help.
Ineffective and unenjoyable rehearsals are worship team morale killers and congregational engagement limiters.
Make your projected video live up to its potential with these tips.
Don't limit your commitment to worship to Sundays—live a life of full worship.
"Spend enough time adapting to change and you will find a new and better normal."