Want to grow as a worship leader? Here are ten pieces of advice from seasoned worship leaders about how to grow as a worship leader.
It is easy for women to experience confusion in their roles as a worship leader or background vocalist in the Church. There 4 specific lies that have to be addressed in the Church.
Leaders, artists, and writers thrive when they adapt healthy rhythms and habits. Here are FIVE HABITS that kill apathy and keep us flourishing in all the in-between-moments of life.
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Congregational singing is a foundational piece of our communal worship life, but have you ever asked yourself WHY we sing? Join us in this conversation about our reasons for gathering and singing together!
The call to ministry is a call to be a gardener; a green thumb who gets down and digs in the soil, planting and watering and nurturing and calling forth life where there is none.
Itinerant ministry is a joy and an honor, but it is also full of challenges and temptations. Think upon these five Biblical concepts when you are on the road.
It all starts with downplaying yourself and making more of Jesus.
It is 4:29p.m. and today I have glanced at my Instagram and Facebook accounts more than twenty times combined.
We are of the redeemed. When we create, we do not have to propagate perversion, injustice, and death. We can create for righteousness, justice, and life. We can create for the glory of God.
I’m sure many of you can join me in remembering a time that you've misquoted a scripture or said something foolish from the stage. The aim is to make much of Jesus, but we sometimes make more of ourselves.
We all struggle at times as worship leaders, musicians and techs to find the right balance between presentation and performance, humbleness and showiness, reverent yet engaging.
Luke Brawner is a shepherd and worship pastor, but he hasn't always viewed himself as that. Read about the transformation he experienced while going through the Worship Leader Development Program.
Worship leaders are shepherds of a flock and they need to be accessible to the sheep. You need the green room, but don't lock yourself in it.
Training for church planting has mainly focused on the lead pastor, and rightly so. He’s going to carry the weight of the leadership. However, every pastor leading a new ministry would love to have a well-trained and skilled worship leader ministering alongside them.
Charlie Hall talks about a danger of being a worship leader in our present culture and gives a warning to worship leaders.
In this video, Worship leader Logan Walter shares 3 tips for creating a worship set list with seamless transitions.
We shouldn’t be afraid to sing about difficult topics with kids, their potential lack of understanding can be what drives them to seeking understanding. Instead we should be creative and patient with them, we should never dilute truth for the sake of understanding.
John Newton is one of the most recognized hymn writers of all time, although his life was far from perfect his life story offers us incredible insight on how to write word-shaped, Christ-centered songs that take scriptural truths and utilize them for God's glory.
Death is not a buzzkill. Death is a tool that makes us holy. And it makes us live with purpose, so that the end of our life, we don't sit there and say, "Why, oh God, did I walk like a phantom?"