Try this: before you continue reading this…go to your freezer and grab a single ice cube. Go ahead. We will still be here. Now. Keep the piece of ice in your hand. Firmly. Don’t open your hand. Don’t switch hands. No cheating. You must keep
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If you are a worship leader or worship pastor interested in growing your team, starting a team, or simply learning to become a better leader – then I want to invite you to a FREE online worship study that we will be launching soon. The course
I am a firm believer in one aspect of augmenting your worship team – be slow to add talent to your team…very slow. I see worship leaders and worship pastors alike who are made aware of someone in their church who plays an instrument or
It’s a question often asked – “what is a worship pastor?” Yesterday, we talked about a main difference between a worship leader and a worship pastor. Today, we will dive in deeper into what makes up the composition of a worship pastor.
So you’ve decided to pick up the guitar and learn to play – yeah…that one that’s been sitting in your closet for years that “one day” you were going to learn to play. Perhaps you’ve played for years but you feel that you lack technique.
This week’s “Free Music Tuesday” comes from an album that I highly encourage each of you to implement within your own churches as its songs are wide-reaching and ring true. You’ve heard me talk about LifePoint Illuminate: Children of Light over the past month or
My daughter has been tasked at school to come up with some kind of invention to help solve a problem in the world. Every idea she comes up with either begins with or somewhere includes the sentence “I could take cardboard and…” When we asked
Worship teams that play well together do more than just sound great – they speak volumes to the congregations in which they serve. Worship teams that don’t play well together – well…they tend to speak volumes…but it tends to be at different volumes – and