Most guitarists are well versed in their G, C, D, A, and E shapes – and would prefer to play in shades of those shapes. So when a good old F#m7 comes along – I’d dare say that over 80% are reaching for the capo.
Some people just have a gift for writing great songs. That is the case for our guest this week on the got worship? Podcast. As a matter of fact – you can probably be assured that you’ve sung at least one of his songs at
Perspective… It’s a strange word… …but life is a matter of it. I took this picture as I was leaving my Nashville office on Music Row a few years back. It marked the 46 minute mark in me making forward progress of only about 50 yards.
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.
This picture, no matter how fuzzy, says it all. Words can’t describe the amount of talent together on this stage. Michael W. Smith surrounded by Amy Grant, Natalie Grant, Casting Crowns, Point of Grace, and other greats – all singing Tomlin’s “Amazing Grace (My Chains
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(thanks to my friend Micah Huebner for pointing out this awesome find!) No matter what role in worship you have (and we all have one, don’t we?) you should check this book out. It will rock your socks! Until November 30th, you can download an
No matter how you cut it, these words will just rock your socks off and speak volumes to your soul! Lead it sometime if you haven’t lately.
When you sing worship songs – or any song for that matter – do you just sing the words…or do you really meditate upon what the song trully means? I want to share with you some thought that I shared with a friend of mine