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Is The Holy Spirit Your Scapegoat?

It happens…the hectic week of life shows up at your door all at once and you barely have time to prepare a worship service – and that perfect song that you had envisioned singing doesn’t get planned out.  You show up at rehearsal – and

WORSHIP STREAM: Full Service

I am blessed to serve as a worship leader at LifePoint Church in Smyrna, Tennessee just outside of Nashville. Above is a full service from our archives of a recent service. For more information about LifePoint Church – click here. Questions about my song choices

Fillng The Gaps – The Rule of 100%

(I originally wrote this article back in February of last year – but wanted to touch on it again as I feel that it is worth sharing with your entire worship team.  I found a great video from Paul Baloche that perfectly illustrates each point. 

18 Common Worship Leading Mistakes

We’ve all been in church and witnessed a major worship leading gaffe – the band all starting in different keys or the drummer sounding like he’s falling down the stairs. Here are 18 common mistakes that worship leaders make together with some suggestions for how

The Amazing Symphony

Take a long lasting look at the picture above. At first glance – it is nothing more than a group of stars. I can assure you…it is so much more. This group of illuminated heavens are estimated to be over ten billion years old. Its

Chris Tomlin on Worship Leading

On of my my favorite conferences to connect with many of you at is Lift : A Worship Leader Collective in Atlanta, GA. If you miss it – you miss something fantastic.  If you go to them – you understand the “fantastic” appreciation of that word.

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

Dear Worship Leader, please play to impress…

I recently read a disturbing statement in the book Worship Evangelism by Sally Morgenthaler. “We are not producing worshipers in this country. Rather, we are producing a generation of spectators, religious onlookers lacking, in many cases, a true encounter with God, deprived of both the