I’ve pointed out many times that the songs we pick must be theologically sound, but there’s another reason to be careful about what songs we sing.
Sometimes our quest for excellence hampers our worship, doesn’t it?
Paul Clark ponders the value of our memories of corporate worship.
There’s always lots of good worship music on NoiseTrade, and more is being added all the time. Here’s our weekly roundup of the newest worship music available on NoiseTrade.
What great worship music have you found on NoiseTrade lately?
Russ Hutto shares five steps you need to take when you become a worship leader, and the first one is a good one.
Worship leaders, remember that the first words you say will set the tone for the worship service. Greeting the congregation with a trite or overused expression can really rub people the wrong way, so it’s worth putting some thought into your opening words.
If you want to find articles lamenting the state of modern worship, you won’t have to look far. It seems like posting negative missives about church worship is in vogue at the moment.
This week’s Worship Tech Roundup: projectors, ProPresenter, gear maintenance, multiple services, and the Nashville Number System.
Pamela Haddix explains why it’s so important that our worship of God be grounded in the Word of God.
We all know that turning worship into a performance isn’t something that honors God, but it can still be a show of sorts. Dwayne Moore explains why “show” isn’t necessarily a bad word when it comes to worship.