My friends, this is going to be the last post on Worship Links for a while.
Chuck Lawless shares what to do in those times when your heart just isn’t into worshipping.
Great post by Kelly Sundsvold about what really matters during corporate worship.
Serving in obscurity, the 66 books of the Bible, the privilege of church, and Snoopy. It’s Weekend Links.
Communicating well with your worship team is essential. Laura Blankenship explains that poor communication can kill your worship team’s culture.
Matt Brady shares a few places you can find new songs for your worship catalog.
Worship ministry is no stranger to last minute changes – that’s why flexibility is a critical part of being on the team. Craig Stott says that worship team members can take some lessons from yoga.
Great post by Kelly Wolfe about the need to have private times of worship outside of the church service.
Alex Robinson writes that there are three specific moments that every worship service needs. He calls them the Awe, the Aha, and the Haha.
Mike Harland on the church’s need for those who create and those who lead.