We’ve all been in church and witnessed a major worship leading gaffe – the band all starting in different keys or the drummer sounding like he’s falling down the stairs. Here are 18 common mistakes that worship leaders make together with some suggestions for how
Have you ever assessed your vocal range? How many octaves can you sing in? Do me a favor – just for fun – grab a piano or keyboard and play every note.
Many of our Bibles in America collect dust. I have literally every different translation available at my disposal – yet I few most of them on an electronic device. Still – do I cherish my Bible the way these folks do? Oh, that I would!!!
Take a long lasting look at the picture above. At first glance – it is nothing more than a group of stars. I can assure you…it is so much more. This group of illuminated heavens are estimated to be over ten billion years old. Its
Oh…in case you were wondering. This would be “too hard/too much.” A display of expression in spirit or an instant distraction? You tell me below in the comments section. I’ve got some comments I will share later.
On of my my favorite conferences to connect with many of you at is Lift : A Worship Leader Collective in Atlanta, GA. If you miss it – you miss something fantastic. If you go to them – you understand the “fantastic” appreciation of that word.
This article requires a big gulp before reading. Perhaps it requires thicker pants. More importantly – it requires you to take a hard look at either yourself…or how your church places others in leadership. Be prepared – there are people in this world who claim
When worship leaders and worship pastors get in a “rut”, it can lead to bad consequences for their future. “Ruts” happen – how we deal with them can set the tone for how we will survive them. There are a variety of reasons why we
As a self-proclaimed web guru who is a worship leader/pastor by trade and who pastors to other worship leaders/pastors online via his site…I hear plenty of stories on a regular basis of pastor burnout. Perhaps you have been at a church where the worship leader