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“Study To Show Yourselves…”

I love aligning myself with great people.  As a worship leader, one of the greatest opportunities I had was having lunch in a green room with Matt Maher, Brenton Brown, and Michael Gungor.  The conversation could have lasted forever.  I absorbed so much – yet

Tech Talk: In Ear Monitor Systems

Normally, as professional bloggers, we pick the end of the year/first of the year to review what the most popular articles on our blogs during the previous year have been.  I choose another random day – my birthday. The single most searched terms and requested

What Was That Song Again?

So you’ve heard a truly awesome song from Hillsong United or Charlie Peacock or you’ve stumbled on the latest song from Carlos Whittaker – now you want to play it Sunday in your lineup.  GREAT!  Who knows if the Spirit may reach someone in your congregation like it reached

A Cup of Earl Grey on The Back Patio, Anyone?

It’s a simple picture taken from a simple phone on a simple day with a subject asking a simple question.  The reasoning behind the picture, however, is a little more larger-scoped. You see, one of the crazy things about my life that you would never

blurry worship goggles

Of late I have been struggling with leading worship. You see I’m the conscientious kind of person who tries to give my best effort every time.But I have been feeling frustrated because we don’t seem to be engaging God as I would like.

A Serious Question About Worship

Do me a favor…I sincerely want you to read a statement from John Piper – and then let me know what you think about it.  No agenda here…just honest discussion. Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Mission exists because worship

Afraid of Sinking Your Worship?

I remember being a radio DJ when the movie Titanic came out.  I made fun of the concept for weeks when I learned it was coming out.  “So, they’ve made a new movie about the sinking of the Titanic,” I said.  “I’m sad to tell