I was talking with a church leader today about some ways that he could reach out to members of his church and seek musicians to skillfully play within his church’s praise team. In part of the conversation about they joys of playing in churches around
Thought you might get a kick out of this… http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9287070/WorshipStar.mp3 (Hit the “Play” button above to hear the song. I take no credit for the alternate lyrics for the song. I just tried to do the song a little justice…and Worship Stars a little injustice.
Over the years I have heard the battled cry of “why do we sing songs that simply repeat choruses/verses/lines? I despise repetition!” It is nothing new and, in many cases, well founded – in some – a mere matter of personal opinion. Just recently, I
We’ve been talking this week about those who are called to serve at your church – those whom we have typically, in the past, called “volunteers”. We’ve learned that we should expect that our congregants should be serving out of desire to serve our God
Yesterday, we urged you to STOP USING VOLUNTEERS! Instead, we encouraged you to call those who serve within your church what they are – “those who serve”. Today, we want to look at a major way that churches and church leaders can kill off the
(Originally posted in April, 2012 – but the series was never completed. This week – we plan to complete the series) Let’s admit it from the begining – many of you only clicked on this article from twitter, an email, facebook, or another source because
If you have been asked to be a worship leader for the first time, 1 of the questions you need to ask yourself yourself is, “What are the best worship songs which I can use?” Unfortunately, there is no blanket statement or tough and fast list of songs which fulfills the standards of the best worship songs.
13“Let me tell you why you are here. You’re here to be salt-seasoning that brings out the God-flavors of this earth. If you lose your saltiness, how will people taste godliness? You’ve lost your usefulness and will end up in the garbage. 14-16“Here’s another way