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What Makes a Song “Congregational Singable”

On one of the forums that I am a part of, today, a user asked a question about a particular song.  She wanted to know if it was “good as a congregational song”.  (the song, by the way, was Mercy Me’s Flawless.) Until today – I may have been able to give you a brilliant…

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Join Our Team : Writers Wanted

Are you ready to be part of a team? We love being able to provide great content to our readers.  Its one of the values we adopted nearly ten years ago when we started WeLeadWorship.com (formerly gotworship.net)  To keep the site alive with content rich for teams, leaders, musicians, vocalists, and pastors takes lots of…

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Becoming Dynamite: Part One

“Why settle to be a firecracker – when you can be dynamite in the hands of God.” –  Dr. Harry Wood. This was an amazing comment I recently heard as Dr. Harry Wood, General Superintendent Emeritus of the Wesleyan Church, presided over the Ordination of ten of our pastors in my conference.  It was a…

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Love Letters To God

I was talking to my wife recently about songwriting and worship styles when the conversation turned to a conversation I once had with John Mark McMillan about his writing style – and the use of “love” as it relates to God in songs.  My wife always amazes me with her knowledge and wisdom…she completes me…

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Worship Circle Summit

For the past few months, I’ve had the pleasure of growing and learning from a small group of worship leaders from around the country.  The friendships are great, the wisdom vast, the accountability strong, and the caliber second-to-none.  The group is called “Worship Circle”.  For those of you who are worship leaders looking for “that…

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Worship Survey: Paid or Unpaid – The Proverbial Question.

We would love your help on some quick survey data.  Would you take a quick moment to answer two questions to help us with some ongoing research?  If there are any questionable areas where you feel your answer bears more explanation…please feel free to use the comments area below.  Please remember that the second question…