4 Ideas For Leading Worship In A Kids Ministry

Leading worship for kids can be an incredibly difficult, yet rewarding experience. Here are 4 ideas to inspire you to place a high value on the worship times you have in your kids ministries!

Worship Through Serving

Our role as worship pastors is to use the platform we’ve been given, the songs we write, and influence we have to steward others towards being people of redemption and mercy.

Social Justice – A Counterfeit Of The Real Thing

Social justice without the Gospel is a counterfeit of the real thing - merely a band-aid to a gaping wound. We need to respond with Gospel justice - responding out of the hope we have in Jesus Christ.

5 Essential Characteristics of Worship Musicians

Worship band musicians should be Christians with character, who fit your church’s culture, are skilled at their craft, and lead with their countenance. Now let's unpack what that means...

Worship – A Biblical Definition

To truly know how to worship God, one must know exactly what worship is. Chris Collins teaches us that worship is a full-life response - head, heart, and hands - to who God is and what He has done.

Beware of False Finish Lines

Paul says, "I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." Here's how to live like there's only one finish line.

How To Endure In Ministry

Noone ever intends to get burned-out, fail morally, or lose heart for people. But enduring in ministry is really difficult.

You Are The Kindred Of God

There's an old word that we don't use a whole lot in our language. And as I've been thinking more about this word and learning more about this word, it's really blown my mind how deep and how rich this word "ki... More...

Are You A Leader Worth Following?

In part 1 of pastoring your band, we looked at three temptations which can torpedo your ministry. Now we’re going to turn and look at what your band will be looking for from you as a leader.

A Worship Leader Must Be In Community

Community is something that God intended for us to have to be able to express love for one another, exhort one another, and to even suffer with one another. The idea of community can encapsulate a lot of things.