How To Create The “Perfect” Chart

TOO MANY TIMES REHEARSALS SUFFER... ...because we as worship leaders/directors/planners have not taken the proper amount of time to prepare our musicians (instrumentalists and singers) to be successful.  We desire excellence, but we inevitably are lacking in the preparation arena...extended staff meetings, time constraints, another hospital visit, sick kids at home, et cetera.  These are... Continue Reading →

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4 Steps: Create A Culture of Worship

"BUSYNESS" In the busyness of American society our need to always be doing something has become a status symbol.  The underlying consensus is that if you are busy, then you are successful. The incorrect attitude across all racial and economic backgrounds is this: "if you are not seen to be busy then you are not... Continue Reading →

Questions of Worship

The Big Question It is nearly every Sunday that I get asked a question. It is usually the same question, although the phrasing may be different depending on the person asking the question. I have been asked this question by older people. I have been asked this question by teenagers.  Church members and guests have... Continue Reading →

#rehearsalrevivalproject

So I met a great guy a while back online through one of those Facebook group forums; his name is Nic Payne and he’s a worship leader at Grace Church in Roseville, MN.  He’s a super chill guy, but definitely passionate about leading worship, teaching others about worship, and using music ministry to make disciples... Continue Reading →

FAMILY WORSHIP: A Beginner’s Guide

As a worship pastor, I have often been struck by how many families only worship at a weekend service at a local church, and have never even given a thought about how they could actually be doing this at home. Not only can we do this, but I would argue that we are commanded to be doing this...

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