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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Can We Worship Without Scripture?

If Scripture can’t stand on its own, then we can’t possibly prop it up with our own words. Worship without scripture reading may not be worship at all.
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5 Excellent Ideas For Training Your Worship Team Through Micro-Training

A few years ago I made up a term for what I, and thousands of worship leaders I’ve worked with, have been having great success with for years. That term is “Micro-Training.” After 30 years of developing the heart and skill of worship teams, I am absolutely convinced – micro-training is the future.
Beyond vMix - 8 Excellent Live Streaming Apps

Beyond vMix – 8 Excellent Live Streaming Apps

Different broadcasters have different needs but with today’s live streaming apps, it is easy to get professional results without spending a lot of money.
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Commit to Worship: Throw Your Cap Over the Wall

Now that some of those worship leading strengths or sweet-spots we so depended on and were revered for may no longer be available in the near future, how are we going to continue to lead? Maybe it’s time for us to throw our cap over the wall.
Charles Wesley

The Psalm That Launched Charles Wesley on His Mission

Born prematurely in 1707, Charles Wesley was the 18th child of Samuel and Susannah Wesley. For weeks they were not sure if he would live or die, as eight of his siblings had done. As his mother prayed for him Charles grew healthy and strong.
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Is Your Worship Driven by Entertainment or Participation?

In the gathered assembly, there are multi-directional dimensions to the various elements of worship. We gather together on the Lord's Day to look vertically, horizontally, outwardly, inwardly, backwardly, and forwardly in the elements that guide a biblical and God-honoring worship service.
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Why Worship Leaders Should be Committed to Discipleship

A worship leader must be as committed to the discipleship enterprise of a local church as any other pastoral leader, paid or volunteer.
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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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Two Nurses, Two Pastors: A Modern Parable About Work & Worship

Walking into a sanctuary, many workers feel like they’re visiting another world, a world quite detached from their world of work.
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We Don’t Need Entertainment: We Need Participatory Worship

We live in an entertainment driven culture, and, as such, see many seeking to cater to such a mindset. Turning worship into a spectator event is to miss the rich participatory nature of corporate worship. We need participatory worship.

Creative Resource: Great Stock Footage from Capernaum Studios

Capernaum Studios is a comprehensive film studio with a wide variety of set rental options available including our First Century Village, Post-Apocalyptic Town and Small Town Main Street.
Your Church is FINALLY Getting a Website - But WHY?

Your Church is FINALLY Getting a Website – But WHY?

You’re in a meeting with your leaders, and everyone is in agreement that 1st Church of Smallchurchville (Don’t be offended, I pastor a small church) needs to come into the 21st century. But the haven’t given consideration to any church website objectives.
thanksgiving

The Psalms on True Praise and Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is on everyone's mind this week. Here's how worship and gratitude go hand in hand.
worship

We Can Worship God Even When We Don’t Understand

As long as you can keep living for the picture of future glory in your mind, you can keep slogging through in the fog of your challenge and continue to worship Him.
personal worship

3 Powerful Keys to Grow in Personal Worship

We flourish when we worship God.
ideas for christmas worship

Seven Ideas for Christmas Worship

Think outside the box and come up with ways to really celebrate this season. Here are seven ideas for Christmas worship to get your creative juices going.
resilience

Better Sundays Begin on Monday: The Power of Resilience

Resilience is that ability to make adjustments when things don’t go the way we hoped they would or planned. Those of us with resilience have the ability to amend our agendas, dreams, and desires by creating a new plan.
Christmas

What Are You Going to Do With Christmas?

You don’t need to shutter Christmas just because of a pandemic! Think outside the box and come up with ways to really celebrate this season.
pastors and worship leaders

Why It’s Important to Get Along With the Senior Pastor

Relational divides between pastors and worship leaders are one of the main reasons for short-tenured senior pastor and worship leader partnerships. We can only wonder how this disunity is impacting the church as a whole.
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Worship Spectators or Participators?

If those of us who lead worship want congregants to be participators rather than spectators, then we must facilitate worship not just depending on our own strengths and abilities.
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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.