We can list lots and lots of things that worship should be, but sometimes it’s helpful to discuss what it isn’t.
This story is what real worship is all about.
This week’s Worship Tech Roundup: Chris Tomlin’s sound guy, MP3s, the solo button, and the joys of a minimalist pedalboard.
Writing a song is so very different from writing an essay or a poem or a blog post. Those are meant to be read, but a song – especially a congregational worship song – is meant to be sung. And if you’re writing a song that other people will sing, you need to write it with them in mind.
Are we really supposed to be splitting up by age when we worship?
Worship of the sovereign God should change us and transform us. We shouldn’t leave in the same state we entered.
Musically, the whole EP feels like that moment: peaceful, contemplative, and somehow just right.
Amanda Furbeck explains the benefits of a great vocal blend.
Here are the top five most-read posts from Worship Links for the month of April, if you’ll forgive the shameless self-promotion on my part.
Ministry kids, congregational faces, a failure to tithe, and plundering the public domain. It’s Weekend Links.