Daniel Ross lists some of the idols that can sneak up on us and take our worship away from God.
Aaron Flores on the struggle to worship God alone when we’re away from the church service.
A Beautiful Liturgy, the art of fasting, and Justin Bieber. It’s Weekend Links.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our readers! Here are some Thanksgiving-related links to read while the turkey finishes cooking.
This week’s Leadership Roundup: impractical leadership, avoiding burnout, and disappearing leaders.
Funny how sometimes the thing we’re trying avoid is the thing we end up embracing. For many contemporary churches, the rush to avoid anything that smacks of liturgy has ironically led to a new format that’s often just as rote and predictable.
David Santistevan shares the most important attribute a worship leader can have, and it’s not skill, talent, or even a killer collection of awesome guitars.
After leading a worship team for long enough, just being in the congregation can be quite a challenge. For me, my “service planning mode” kicks in and I start thinking about the different choices I would have made in song selections, arrangements, and even the slides. But that’s not a healthy attitude to bring into worship.
Christmas music has arrived in this week’s NoiseTrade Roundup!
Mark Cole lists the attitudes and commitments you can see in a worship team that’s firing on all cylinders.