Getting a job, gluten-free communion, baptism, bad team members, and Billy Joel. It’s Weekend Links.
Great post by Wisdom Moon – a letter from an “inactive” worship leader to all those still serving.
Whether you’re traditional, contemporary, or post-modern, our worship is a vital part of our faith. And doing worship right is essential to the future of the church.
While the form of our worship may be music, the function is to glorify God. We can change the form – how we worship – but it’s always for God’s glory.
Tim Phillips is a worship pastor in San Antonio, TX. Recently, Tim talked to Worship Links about recruiting musicians from outside the church, how he plans a service, and always knowing where your Aviom is.
This week’s Leadership Roundup: pattern recognition, how to lose the respect of senior leadership, hard conversations, being a pro, and Pastor Appreciation Month.
Excellence honors God – there’s no question about that. But can we overdo it?
Guitar. Bass. Drums. Keys. Vocals. It’s easy to think of your worship team as its musical components, but it might be more helpful to think of them as people. Rich Kirkpatrick reminds us that our worship teams are more than just background music.
We all do weird stuff, but to the unsaved, some of the stuff we do in church might look downright crazy.
Friends, Christmas music has arrived.