Worship & Creative Leaders

Today’s worship & creative leaders face daunting challenges to lead their churches into relevant, meaningful, and God-filled worship. More than ever, worship leaders need worship resources and creative resources to enable them to advance the gospel of Jesus in worship. churchleaders.com is dedicated to providing resources and information for every worship pastor. If you serve on a church staff as a worship leader, musician, song leader, creative director, or any other worship role, you’ll find must-have worship resources and connections to a community of church leaders for greater Kingdom impact worldwide.

Worship & creative leaders from every denomination find ideas, encouragement, inspiration, teaching tips, and support they are looking for here at churchleaders.com. Join millions of worship & creative leaders who look to us for resources and encouragement for worship leadership.

Leading your church in worship is not only about music and the arts, but it is also about your relationship with Jesus. You will find inspiration, encouragement, and help to keep your relationship with God strong and vibrant.

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12 Ways to Serve Your Pastor Well

Today, I want to offer a few lessons I’ve learned over the last decade on how to serve your pastor well and to make this tricky relationship between pastor and worship leader a bit less … well … tricky.
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When A Worship Leader Has To Do Videography

I don’t know about you, but when I became a worship leader, I don’t remember also signing up to do videography!
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Two Things Every Worship Leader Must Master

What are the two things that every worship leader must master to become the most effective worship leader we can be? I am convinced that the answers are both simple and synergistic. If you have one, with the other, everything rises.
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Join the Battle—and Sing

Indeed, music is an important part of worship in every generation, especially as it stirs hearts and reveals faith. Faithful singing pleases God in many ways.
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10 Lessons From Small Congregation Worship Leaders

Before you ever cook a culinary feast, you have to learn how to boil water. And before you ever lead a large group in worship, you need to learn how to lead small group worship.
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What Does Worship Look Like When There Is No Singing in Church?

Should we avoid singing in church because of the risk of spreading COVID-19? And what does corporate worship without singing even look like?
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10 Reasons Worship Leaders Should Think Twice About Face Projection

In many evangelical churches (and conferences) around the world, particularly large ones, the screens are used not only to project the song lyrics, but also the people on stage. Here’s why I think it’s a bad idea for worship leaders to use face projection (and the musicians' too) during worship.
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What We Do When We Share the Peace

Unity is much easier to signify and remember when we share the Peace on Sunday morning. But during “Coronatide,” and any other time we find ourselves physically distanced from one another, it is much more difficult to hold this unity in our minds and hearts.
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What Is Ordinary Time in the Church Calendar?

Historically, after Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost, the church enters a long period known as Ordinary Time — stretching from the day of Pentecost (or, in the Anglican Church, Trinity Sunday) to the start of Advent — about half of the liturgical year.

Just-in-Time Upgrade: InteRise Proved Flexible

At the beginning of the partnership between Grace Polaris church and InteRise, no one could have imagined a full-time switch to only live-streamed services.
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Is Your Church Secure As Its Digital Equipment Returns?

Here’s a vital question: Are organizations putting the same level of thought and precaution into the safety and security of their digital equipment as it returns?
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4 Tips to Improve Your Worship Leading

Leading people in worship to the Living God is an awesome privilege and involves four major areas: music, worship, leadership and your relationship with God. Grow in these to grow in your worship leading.
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4 Things About a Great Worship Pastor You Probably Didn’t Know

You learn the songs, play the songs, and then leave the stage, right? But as anyone in ministry knows, being a great worship pastor involves being an expert at multiple, highly varied skills.
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20 Scriptures to Pray as WORSHIP

Have you ever noticed that the first petition in the Lord's Prayer is not about provision, protection, or even forgiveness? It's about worship.
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When the Smoke From Our Prayer for Revival Smothers Real Revival

Healing and real revival comes to those who are appalled by their own bloody hands and want real redemption. Real revival doesn’t come to those who want revival as a means to keep their way of life.
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Best Radios for Church Security – 3 Great Options

Church security is becoming more and more of an issue, and because of that, churches all over the country are opting to improve their security through the use of security systems and by having radios on hand.
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Why We Need Worship Pastors, Not Worship Leaders

Worship pastors increase the spiritual sensitivity of the weekend service, expand the church’s pastoral reach, and create a synergy between the music and teaching.
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5 Unintended Consequences of Worshiping From Home

We certainly didn’t choose this season of worshiping from home. But most of us have unintentionally learned some valuable lessons that should influence how we do gathered worship on the other side of this crisis.
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Podcasting? These Two Mics Are The Bomb

Using an external USB microphone improves the sound quality while making it much easier to produce the podcasts and recordings you desire.
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If We Can’t Sing in Church…

What is certain, however, is that even if our congregations and choirs can’t sing together for a season, worship can and will still occur. It may look different but it most certainly won’t disappear.
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Worship and Creative Leaders

Today’s worship leaders face daunting challenges to lead their churches into relevant, meaningful, and God-filled worship. More than ever, worship leaders need worship resources and creative resources to enable them to advance the gospel of Jesus in worship. ChurchLeaders.com is dedicated to providing resources and information for every worship pastor. If you serve on a church staff as a worship leader, musician, song leader, creative director, or any other worship role, you’ll find must-have worship resources and connections to a community of church leaders for greater Kingdom impact worldwide.

Worship leaders from every denomination find ideas, encouragement, inspiration, teaching tips, and support they are looking for here at ChurchLeaders.com. Join millions of worship pastors who look to us for resources and encouragement for worship leadership.

Leading your church in worship is not only about music and the arts, but it is also about your relationship with Jesus. You will find inspiration, encouragement, and help to keep your relationship with God strong and vibrant.