There are a handful of odd social media practices that have been normalized within Christian culture but the one I see most often is the amplification of accolades.
Tag: Worship Leading
How To Teach A New Song To Your Church
Just in the same way that Thanksgiving dinner involves a scheduled time set-up and sequence, teaching new songs to the church involves those same three steps. These three steps are critical in helping the church digest something new that their bodies are not yet used to as part of their worship diet.
Worship Leaders Are Butlers With Guest, Randy Rothwell
We live in a day and age where creatives in the church volley to have platforms as a means to express themselves and build their kingdoms. In efforts to put our imprint on things we usurp the Almighty and worship the created, instead of the creator. Our hearts our idol-making factories that consistently need to be condemned if Christ is to have His rightful place in our lives and in His church.
This History of Integrity’s Hosanna! Music With Tom Brooks
It would not be an overstatement to suggest that Integrity Music, specifically their Hosanna! Music series of live worship recordings, influenced and changed the way North America worships.
Worship Planning: Refining Your Song Canon
Just as flags mark ownership and territory, songs often reflect the desires we have for the Lord to take deeper ownership and territory of our hearts.
Worship Planning: Canon Conversation Starters and Closers
One of the most daunting things both a worship leader and pastor face every Monday morning is a blank sheet of paper.
Worship Planning: Organizing Your Song Canon
A worship leader’s job is done when the church sings aloud in spirit and truth.
Worship Planning: Defining Your Song Canon
Critical to the effectiveness of any worship ministry is determining what songs you will use to lead your people in worship.
Modesty: The Heart of A Worship Leader God Uses
I recently was reading the values of a church on their website. Dead center on the webpage it read, “Modesty: We value personal and ministry modesty, making Jesus famous, not ourselves”. When I read that something immediately resounded deep inside me. All my heart’s deepest desires were awakened. We’ve all been programmed to worship, …
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The Ultimate Destination of Biblical Worship is Vertic^l
Biblical worship, like our lives, is also consumed with destination and the final destination of all Biblical worship is vertical. I’m not saying that worship cannot or should not have horizontal aspects.