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Musicians needed from across the globe…

  got worship? Media is about to engage in some sweet studio stuff for worship around the globe and we need your help!  Do you play an instrument and have the studio capability or home-studio capability to record yourself playing?  WE WANT YOU!  Whether you

REVIEW: LifePoint ILLUMINATE – Children of Light

  If you have been in search of a single source of music to pull from for both your adult and Next Gen or youth services but have had trouble finding common ground…consider common ground found.  Children of Light, the first official album release from

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Global Worship…featuring — YOU!

I am excited to show you this press release which outlines a new project I am working on.  More details will be coming soon…and it will involve each of you.  PLEASE spread the word about this opportunity and be praying about how you can get

Need a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree Online?

  Continuing education is a huge step to take in life.  We all know it is…so why do so many of us stop short of completing our dreams of completing a Bachelors or Masters?  As worship leaders, there is a greater emphasis being placed by

What Is Worship?

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

iWorship with iPhones. It is totally iCool!

  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

They Go Hand in Hand

  "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.

Song Selection… too “singy-songy?”

(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