Don't plan without it.
Dan Wilt explains why it's best to have both.
Singing/playing popular secular songs on Sunday mornings can have a number of effects, some good, some not so good.
The keys to humility.
Why it might help your band improve.
Some help to continually get better.
If it's good enough for David, shouldn't it be good enough for us?
With every generation comes the challenge of communicating the unchanging, timeless message of the Gospel.
“[This song] propels me into the heart of the promises of God, giving a glimpse of the vision to see what God sees—the final resolution of all things."
Will your wireless mics suddenly stop working?
What video can do to help lead people toward worship.
The pitfalls of the "worship selfie."
10 ways you might be cheating on your spouse...with your job.
Jon Nicol points out six ways NOT to get more musicians for your ministry.
Help the folks in your church learn how to worship God.
To numb the sting of this emptiness, we turn to the “new and powerful antidepressants of a non-pharmaceutical variety”—our smartphones.
What you can learn from these successes.
Don't do these things if you want to keep your whole team happy.
"Being a control freak has left me with more regrets than victories."
The high of leading at full capacity has worn off and we re-awaken beneath that familiar, but no less ominous, cloud of despondency. Here's how to make it through.