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 Ministry
Five Thankful Texts Every Worship Leader Can Send at Thanksgiving
Here are five thankful texts every worship leader can send. I encourage you to copy these, make them your own and send them out today.
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.
Who Are You Holding the Door Open For?
Being a doorkeeper requires patience and the ability to see past one’s present condition and to the potential inside. Some doorkeepers don’t see the full fruit of their labor, but rather are a link in the chain of opportunities that grow men and women into their calling.
25 Short Verses From The Psalms Every Worship Leader Can Memorize
What we say to lead others in worship reveals the source of our authority. We’re either leading from the authority of Scripture or the authority of self and only one source is truly effective.
How To Lead A Creative Team Brainstorm
One of my favorite things to do with creatives is brainstorm. Creative brainstorms are a great way to uncover fresh ideas, promote team ownership and give your broader team(s) a voice into service design.
Four Worship Ministry Fires
Ministry fires aren’t necessarily bad things although they can be. Some fires are indicative of a move of God, others may symbolize chaos, conflict and instability. Different seasons of ministry bring different fires to be managed.
God’s Favorite Kind of Worship
The type of acceptable true worship Christ looks for calls for our entire spirit, the totality of all we are, to be actively engaged. The nature of true worship is active, demonstrative and participatory.
What is Acceptable Worship?
You may be surprised to know that when Jesus talked about worship, He said nothing about music. In fact, the Bible is fairly silent on musical style with the exception of God’s love for new songs that express the new things He is doing among His people (Psalm 33).
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.