A time to step aside from the everyday rush and connect with God. An unhurried, uninterrupted night of worship. Believe it or not, it can be...
It is about shepherding people to the place where God's face is revealed.
One of the most challenging role of a Worship Pastor/Music Minister is serving as a manager/supervisor. As a manager/supervisor I am responsible for everything...
There is a major deficiency in Christian worship, a deficiency that is evident in both traditional and contemporary approaches: the absence of the language of lament.
Unpacking a worship trend.
How to deal with comments that challenge your ministry.
How to make it through this significant challenge.
How to keep from getting down on yourself even after a difficult service.
When we adore something that is perfect and flawless in every way, we are simply showing our intelligence and good taste.
Matt Redman worships over the city of Los Angeles and then talks about the need for unity in America, specifically in the church.
I’m convinced these nine things are must-haves for anyone leading a congregation in song week after week.
You’ve got your pastor’s outline. Creativity is flowing. You know exactly what songs, where and when to use them. But now…how do you get the right resources for your team?
How can you apply this new appreciation of your members’ spiritual uniqueness?
How to make beautiful music together by playing less.
How to make sure this important time is as good as it can be.
"At some point, we decided that the worship service was the best venue for evangelism."
Use these hints to help craft your church's next short videos.
The following is, I submit, a theological course correction necessary for Worship Leaders and Pastors who lead in settings that intentionally welcome the Holy Spirit to be “manifest” as we engage in worship.
We talk a lot about passion. Having a passionate worship team. But is that really enough?
Is our ministry helping people connect with God, or is it just making them fans of our work?