One of my favorite songs is “Audience of One” by Big Daddy Weave. This is the song that I try to let my worship in song attest to. If you’ve never heard it before…or if you’ve heard it amillion times before but never taken the time
This song is great for both private and congregational worship. The words are simple yet powerful. Enjoy!
Matt Redmond once led the song “Everlasting God” at a pre-conference. He changed the last line of Brenton’s awesome worship song. Take a look at the video. And so we must defend the weak / and comfort those in need / you lift us up on
In his book “In a Pit With a Lion on a Snowy Day” author Mark Batterson makes a statement comparing two differnt types of people: I think there are basically two types of people in the world: complainers and worshipers. And there isn’t much circumstantial
Had to get a “facelift” on the blog tonight. Thoughts? I’m going to be changing up some stuff to add some Worship Leader Resources as well as some songwriting resources soon…and wanted to “spruce things up” a bit.
So there I am last night making a first…taking part in an online worship event that one worship leader in Atlanta just decided to begin. Its amazing to think that technology can outreach like this. God is staying current and relevant to today’s times. If
I’m digging this song for its power and truth. Can tell where it could take a little different arrangement for worship…but, WOW, the words! Simple and honest and true!
I remember vividly years ago having a discussion with an associate pastor the day I changed the order of worship. The amount of songs were the same, but the manner in which the songs, opening prayer, announcements, baptisms, etc were changed. It was my job