I find myself constantly writing words…looking for the right thing to say – the perfect way to convey my points in my articles… …sometimes I need to just realize that I don’t have the world’s best answer…and that the Bible is the only place I
If you haven’t seen this video before…take a look. It is worth the watch to see how technology is moving these days. The group is called the Rend Collective Experiment – Matt Ewald from EMI got me hooked on these guys months ago and
"Serving" and "Worship" – two words that fit so beautifully well together because they are the same word. You can actually substitute "Serving" for a variety of different words and still get an equivalent to "Worship" because they word "worship" means so many things.
"The last thing worship leaders need to do today is sing. Singing should be a response to your week of leading others off the mic." – Carlos Whittaker How true is
(Article by “got worship?” contributor Tanner Dalton) Recently I found myself in a conversation with the youth pastor I work alongside with when he brought up the hot topic of song selection for our predominantly middle school youth group. In the past, we have attempted
No matter where you are…no matter what you do today…stop and dwell on the impact of today. Don’t let it be "just another Friday"… …and then live each day afterward as if it is not "just another day." Thanks to our Savior…it isn’t.
In most everything else in life, I want to hear words of encouragement from people based on the things I do. “Great job! Way to go! You really nailed that! That (looks, sounds, smells, _______ ) great!” It isn’t surprising – after all, one of my “love
One of the most difficult things to do sometimes as a worship musician is to learn that your instrument is not the most dominant force in the band. It is a scenario that plays out everywhere on Sundays across the globe: a worship leader who
When is the last time you sang or lead “It Is Well With My Soul”? It is a beautiful song – and one that has inspired many across the years. It, like many of the world’s most memorable hymns, began by one man putting pen