Jed Smith shares a couple of the awkward moments that all worship leaders have at some point.
Mal Smith is a worship leader, songwriter, and recording artist in New South Wales, Australia (we previously featured him in a NoiseTrade Roundup). Recently, Mal talked to Worship Links about the next generation of minstrels, why he loves the Psalms, and why he’s thankful for a gracious church.
Broadway, church software, and what your pastor is thinking. It’s Weekend Links.
The way you conduct yourself offstage is just as important as how you conduct yourself onstage. Shalon Palmer explains why and how.
You may have of the book I Am N by Voice Of The Martyrs, which contains stories of Christians under severe persecution. Integrity Music has partnered with Voice Of The Martyrs to create a soundtrack for the book.
This week’s Leadership Roundup: leading yourself, living our your values, and climbing waterfalls.
Mike Harland on the role that scripture plays in our times of worship.
Every now and then, a worship album comes out of left field and sounds nothing like a typical worship album. And Audrey Assad’s Inheritance sounds nothing like a typical worship album, despite being packed with songs that many will find familiar. There are no big guitars, no crashing drums, no dotted eighth note delay. The primary instrument is Assad’s voice, interpreting some old hymns in an entirely fresh way.
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?
Ryan Savage on the benefits, challenges, and practicalities of writing worship music in the local church.