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How Do You Deal With Compliments?

How do you deal with compliments?  In today’s video, Jason shares a story that has helped him along the way with dealing with this area. Talk About It… How do you handle compliments? What’s the best answer to the “your’e worship was AMAZING” compliment that

“As Long As I Have Breath” Acoustic Tutorial / Chart

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How To Introduce New Songs In Worship

You’ve been listening to a song that you feel is perfect for your church and you want to introduce it.  What is the best way to go about doing so?  We get this question a lot.  We noticed, recently, that we had a ten year

To Augment Hymns or Not…

I recently read a post on the Babylon Bee…and then a followup post on another website…all meant to shine a light at artists – particularly Chris Tomlin – that augment or adapt hymns. I write this…not in jest…but to educate. As a songwriter…and a guy who

Don’t Give Up! (Between Donkeys and BellyAches)

One week it is one story: “What a great setlist!”  “We are so thankful you are here at our church!”  “That song you did for the invitation was perfect!”  The comments could have you sailing for days.  In fact, it is weeks like this that

Jesus Sang Tomlin Songs

(A quick note before we begin:  Yes, I’m aware that this article will take some needed explaining.  I’ll pause for a moment to shake out the dust.  We will first acknowledge that I don’t, for a moment, truly believe that Jesus sang the “songs of

Looking At the Big Picture

One of the common threads of discussions I hear from worship leaders or creatives is that of dissatisfaction when comparring themselves to other churches. It seems that the old adage of “the grass is greener on the other side” certainly holds true in the church