What Is A “Good” Worship Song?

**Warning: Lengthy Read, but well worth it.** “Next to the Word of God, music deserves the highest praise. The gift of language combined with the gift of song was given to man that he should proclaim the Word of God through music." -Martin Luther In recent years...well...actually, for the better part of a century many... Continue Reading →

GOSPEL

This is not thought of as a “Christian” quote, but when reading this in Washington D.C. recently, there was pause to think-what if believers lived this way and passed this ideology along in light of sharing the #Gospel? #WorshipRevitalize

5 Struggles of a Worship Leader

After more than 20 years in the music "business," and having half of those years spent in Christian vocational ministry, I have been able to talk to numerous worship leaders/pastors/directors and there seems to be a consistency in areas where we all struggle.  Now this is no where near an all-inclusive list, but it is... Continue Reading →

Encouragement For Today-Joy

Too many times in life we lose our joy because we are trying to do things by ourselves. God never intended for us to live this life alone. He desires us to lean into Him daily like an infant is dependent on its parent for everything. If we grasp this little idea, it will be... Continue Reading →

Tiger Woods: Redemption

This week marked a remarkable feat in the career of Tiger Woods.  A 5 year stint of not winning was replaced by a win at the The Tour Championship held at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, GA (his 80th career win).  What was just as remarkable is that he was one stroke away from... Continue Reading →

(How To) Have Family Worship

A few weeks ago I shared a post that I originally wrote for In the Quiver somewhere around Father’s Day that talked about Family Worship (click for original post).  And after I shared it, I began to get some very interesting and quite frankly, expected comments: -We’ve never done that [Family Worship] before. -Our kids... Continue Reading →

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