I’m done. I’m done reading “20 (or 10 or 8 or 4 or 2 or ) Reason(s) Why People Are Leaving Your Church” articles. (Pretty sure everyone is just copying off of each other’s ideas anyway) I don’t need your advice…and you don’t need mine.
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I have seen a trend recently among bloggers who want to contribute about why your congregation isn’t singing. Either your key is too high…or you aren’t singing enough hymns anymore – it seems everyone has their reasons and most are valid. I’ve been preaching to
This is post 1 of 2 in the series “worship sound” 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?”
It’s happened to you before – you wake up late to get to worship run-thru Sunday and run out the door only to find out you don’t have the right clothes, forgot to comb your hair, or a number of other annoyances. You get
We have a strong tendency as worship leaders and worship pastors to feel as if we have our own agenda – and it just happens to “gel” with everything else that is going on in the church. Some of us even have senior pastors
You may have never heard of Lecrae – but he is very relevant to our kids these days. He has great lyrics…and a humbling lesson for those of us who are worship leaders/pastors who tend to be elevated
I had a discussion once with a staff member at a church who told me that they don’t use Twitter as a church because their congregants “aren’t really into Twitter.” If this is the case for you – or if you have tried to push