Posts Tagged worship leader

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Music is not Worship

I began playing piano at age seven, and by the time I was the ripe old age of eleven, I was playing at church. I was the kid they would prop up on the piano for church offertory. I loved it. And through the years that would expand into playing... read more

Leading Lyrics in Worship: The Outcome

Leading lyrics, the practice of transitioning slides ahead of the time they need to be sung, is an important part of corporate worship in our churches today. In my previous blogs, I explained why this is so important, and then I focused on how to actually accomplish this, and what to look out... read more

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Leading Lyrics in Worship: The How

Leading lyrics, the practice of transitioning slides ahead of the time they need to be sung, is an important part of corporate worship in our churches today. In my previous blog, I explained why this is so important. And in this blog, I will be explaining how to actually lead lyrics. HOW DO... read more

are you services predictable

Are Your Services Predictable?

It’s easy for church services to get into a rut with Sunday coming every 7 days. Over 52 weeks a year and creative teams can start to rely on past successes instead of crafting dynamic new ones. Whether your services are timed to the minute or open ended, below are... read more

Rockin’ Out with John Schlitt

Legendary Christian Rocker John Schlitt is living proof that God can radically change lives. John spent eight years with the secular band Head East and was fired because of his drug and alcohol addiction. Then the Lord turned John’s life around. Through his wife’s prayers and a local church, God led John... read more