Did you ever wonder why we limit some songs to just the Christmas season? Consider “O Come All Ye Faithful” for a moment. Isn’t the call to come and adore Him something we should be singing all the time?
We don’t always get to plan as much as we want – especially in smaller churches. I know I’ve had to pull off a holiday service at the last minute with little to no planning.
We too often forget that as worship leaders, we’re there to serve, and service might mean not being able to do your favorite songs.
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?
It’s easy to reflect back on a worship service and think of all the things you should have done differently, but wouldn’t it be more helpful to put in more prep work ahead of time?
What do you think are the essential skills for a great worship leader? A new post at Worship Set Ideas outlines five qualities to look for in a worship leader.
It comes as no surprise that the better they know the song, the more engaged the congregation is, but that doesn’t mean we should only ever do familiar songs.
This week’s Worship Tech Roundup: The Klone, beginner guitars, demo recordings, tech leadership, and what to expect in church audio in 2015.
One thing that people are really good at is making idols. We all long to worship something, and we’ll invent or misuse something to satisfy that longing.
There are a ton of posts telling you how to write better worship songs, but here’s one that tells you what to avoid. Unless you’re trying to write a terrible worship song, that is.