HomeWorship & Creative Leaders

Worship & Creative Leaders

Why Your Worship Needs to Be LOUDER

It’s hard to ignore the language of the Bible when it comes to the environment and volume of worship. It is characteristically loud.

God’s Frailty: A Christmas Parable

God came to nation which eagerly longed for his coming, prayed for his return, and placed all their hopes in his presence. Yet most of the nation missed the hour of his visitation. Is this simply history, or a Christmas parable for our day?

Do You Have to Go to Church to Worship God?

Do I really need to go to church as a follower of Christ? When Jesus talked with the “Woman at the Well” about places of worship, his point wasn’t that place was unimportant.

9 Marks of a Healthy Worship Leader

Far from exhaustive, these nine items are a set of traits, postures, and characteristics of a healthy worship leader I believe are informed by Scripture and ought to transcend culture and denomination.

5 Ways Praying Psalms Will Completely Change Your Life

Praying Psalms means talking to God about what comes to mind as you read through the Psalms. I believe the Book of Psalms is the best place in Scripture from which to pray Scripture.

Talent vs Skill – What Every Worship Leader Should Know

Anyone can develop a skill, but not everyone is blessed with talent. Often we confuse the two. And for a worship leader, sometimes it comes down to talent vs skill.

7 Ways to Lose Ministry Volunteers

If ministry volunteers aren’t validated in the ministry you lead, then they will look for another place where they are.

WATCH: Tim Tebow at K-LOVE Fan Awards

As Tim Tebow at K-LOVE Fan Awards said, “He has commanded us to go defend the weak, protect the poor, go after those that are hurting.”

Thanksgiving: the Forgotten Holiday

I call Thanksgiving The Forgotten Holiday. Retailers are so eager to get Christmas sales they overlook it, and worship leaders are so busy preparing for Advent.

9 Ways to Build Prayer Into a Worship Service

Getting prayer into your church means building prayer into the DNA of a congregation.

The True Story of Thanksgiving

For the Christian, with both feet standing firmly in the good news of Jesus, there are possibilities for a true story of thanksgiving which we otherwise would never know. 

Can Worship and Doubt Coexist?

I once learned a great deal about the relationship between worship and doubt by looking at the two verses that come just before the famous Great Commission verses.

5 Bad Ideas That Will Make Your Service Fake

You feel fake vibes when hoping for authentic ones. Regardless, what makes a worship service fake might be boiled down to five basic things.

3 Ingredients for True Worship

I challenge you to engage in true worship. There are three ingredients for true worship in which we all can grow. Learn to use these three principle ingredients for true worship!

97-Yr-Old Grandpa Sings ‘How Great Thou Art’ to Jesus Just Before Going to Heaven

If you knew it was your last day on earth, would you spend it singing praises to the King? That’s exactly what this sweet 97-year-old grandpa did in a video that is tugging on heartstrings across the Internet.

Great Christian Art Flows From the Great Artist Himself

Some of the greatest art in history has been Christian art. From Bach to Chance the Rapper; from Rembrandt to William Blake; and from Milton to Gerard Manley Hopkins, the Lord's words have come to life in ten million ways.

20 Differences From Worship Songs from Psalms

"Beware of presumption. We serve a holy God, not a cuddly best mate."

Free Welcome Slide for Sunday Morning

Welcome people to your church's worship service using this graphic welcome slide. You can also use this welcome slide on your church's website or Facebook page.

8 Significant Tips To Improve Your Worship

We don’t get our way. The mysteries are too big and our desires are too small. But there are ways to worship that move from a complaint-driven life to a worship-filled life.

How to Plan for Advent

I’d like to make a case, in whatever church/denominational/liturgical setting you lead, that you try to aim for at least three things as you plan for Advent.

Sean Feucht Praises Cooper Kupp for Blasting Balenciaga; Church Must Stand...

Images featured in a recent Balenciaga ad campaign sparked an outcry from some conservative Christians, including Sean Feucht, Eric Metaxas, and Allie Beth Stuckey.

Max Lucado: ‘The One Thing That Has Helped Me More Than...

Max Lucado joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share his best tips for creating and delivering a sermon that draws people in.

Worship & Creative Leaders