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The Rut of “Lack of Leadership”

This article requires a big gulp before reading. Perhaps it requires thicker pants. More importantly – it requires you to take a hard look at either yourself…or how your church places others in leadership. Be prepared – there are people in this world who claim

The Myths of Performance Rights

Image via Wikipedia Are you properly taking care of your legal responsibilities when it comes to music at the church?  Put aside any dialogue of in-service music – its what you are doing outside of your church service that could have you in legal hot

How to Recruit Church Musicians

Many churches have difficulty finding quality musicians to play for their church services. “We’ve put up notices” they tell me. “And no one responds!” Even worse, they find themselves stuck with musicians with either inappropriate skills or poor attitudes, and have to make do because

Your Worship Music Is Too Loud!

There is one question that, I can assure you, you will never get right for 100% of your congregation.  That question is this: “What is the acceptable volume to do our music sets at?” Good luck with that one.  For some, it will always be

Didactic Worship

A couple of weeks ago, I was guest-leading at a church that frequently has a large number of new believers and first time church attenders.  These were people who were problably accustomed to the fact that we sing in church – and have heard the term “worship”