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How You Can Help For June

We were beyond thrilled to have our ministry budget costs met last month. We are hoping that, thanks to the prayer and support of people just like you – we can do it again this month. There are a few thousand of you each month

Praying for Spouses

Each month, we take time to focus on one aspect in prayer.  This month, we pray for our spouses.  I can’t begin to tell you how thankful I am for my wife and the support she gives to my ministry within the church, on stage,

Who Moved My Motivation?

When worship leaders and worship pastors get in a “rut”, it can lead to bad consequences for their future. “Ruts” happen – how we deal with them can set the tone for how we will survive them. There are a variety of reasons why we

The Self-Promoting Worship Leader

QUESTION: “How can someone lovingly confront someone who is using the church platform to promote himself/herself?” This is a very hard part of our role as the leader, but it’s something we have to do from time to time. I want to encourage you and

Who are you praying for?

Stop for a minute and think of the first person that comes to mind when asked this question: “Who is the person in your life…or outside of your life…that needs the most prayers right now at this moment?” Got a name?  Good!  Take a moment

Do you tithe your worship?

Over a year ago, guest contributer Justin Mulder gave us a different look at tithing through intamcy.  Today, I wanted to take that view of intimacy to a different level…tithing our worship. In our services at LifePoint Church yesterday, Senior Pastor Pat Hood brought a

Worship Leaders: Learn when to be quiet!

The song is over and there is a harsh transition coming.  The key of your next song would clash too badly if you tried to seamlessly transition the two – and you need to position a capo on your guitar.  How do you work it

Too Big For Jabez’s Britches

  A few years ago, a few short sentences in the Bible took the nation by storm in the form of a book.  A man, who little was known about or talked about, who said a very simple yet powerful prayer soon became a prayer