Somewhere in this world is a church in need of a worship pastor or worship leader. If you are a part of that church congregation – I would love to hear from you. My name is Jason Whitehorn … and I am a Worship Pastor
(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.”
If you’ve been through Pure Praise: A Heart-focused Bible Study on Worship or one of Dwayne Moore’s other books, then you know the tremendous impact they can have. got worship? Media is partnering with Dwayne’s ministry, Next Level Worship, to offer a FREE resource beginning
This week we’ve been talking about worship, the songs we use in worship, and “traditions”. Based on my email box – it has been a bumpy road for some of you. I sincerely hope you have been studying and praying about the passage I gave
We’ve been talking this week about traditions and how we can set our worship up for expected limitations if we hold ourselves only to tradition. One topic that I wanted to discuss, however, is the value that tradition does bring. I sincerely hope that this
I wrestled with the title for this article…I really did. “New Wineskins and Handtowels”…”You Don’t REALLY Like Hymn’s…DO You?” … the list went on and on. I just decided to be blunt. This is about traditions and customs. It is going to ruffle feathers and
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.
Did you know that according to a September 2010 Pew Research Poll, atheists and agnostics know more about Christianity than Christians? How can this be? Bottom line: the church in America is NOT telling the story of Christ.
God uses the darkest times in our lives to conform us to the image of Christ and believe me… there are so many Christian leaders around the world that are finding themselves in a pit. The challenge last night was for us to recognize it for what it is: a place to cry out to God in ways that perhaps we have not before.
I spent a nice weekend with my family and had my sister-in-law up from Atlanta to visit. Times are usually fun with her around – and I love hearing about how God is moving in her life. She never likes to drive while she’s here…so