As a worship leader it will be significant that you simply contemplate the question of whether or not an unbeliever might be a part of your worship program. I’m typically asked this question when two situations happen in a church: there are few team members
Worship Team. Worship God. Worship Him. Worship the Lamb. Worship the Lord. Let’s Worship. If I could count how many times I’ve heard the word worship during the weeknight practice for the worship team (there, I said it again…) and on Sunday morning during both
We’ve Grown… We are happy to be growing – but constantly challenged to continue providing current and relevant information. To be frank – it amazes us that some many of you come on a daily basis to hear what we have to say. “got worship?
Yesterday I heard my son humming in the back of the van. He wasn’t very loud, and I have no idea what the melody was meant to be. What really snagged my attention, other than the fact that no one behind me was picking on
As a worship leader do you find yourself struggling week to week when it comes to the task of planning the worship service? Planning a fresh worship service week after week, month after month, year after year, can become quite a daunting task. Even the
I’ve been leading worship in small and enormous conferences around the globe for the final 25 years, and I imagine it’s time these of us who’re skilled encourage others who’re following! The purpose of this text is to share with you my high five worship
Many churches have difficulty finding quality musicians to play for their church services. “We’ve put up notices” they tell me. “And no one responds!” Even worse, they find themselves stuck with musicians with either inappropriate skills or poor attitudes, and have to make do because
(got worship? Editor’s note: Recently, we’ve been talking about worship styles and traditionalism in worship. During the week, we had range of comments on our poll…including this one: “We do whatever the staff thinks is popular with the younger attendees.”
I am amazed at all the effort into teaching song writing. I think I have been to more workshops, seminars, and classes on song writing. BUT there is always something to learn.
Just happy to be here. Learning. Listening. Loving taking it all in. Its almost hard to be able to process this event while I am sitting in the atrium a lunch. Last night Session ONE was amazing. Steve Berger spoke about the PITS from Psalm