Ed Steele offers the best way to check if your worship is truly God-centered.
I started running a few years ago, and I lost a lot of weight as a result. But the weight loss wasn’t instant – it took time and work to see the results. Ministry isn’t all that different.
When we want information about a church, we often start with exactly the wrong question.
The power of gospel songs, publishing your music, questionable theology, and too much tech. It’s Weekend Links.
Cody Davenport shares some common mistakes that worship leaders make, in the hopes that someone else can avoid them.
How we worship matters, but we too often worry about how *well* we worship. Paul Clark shares some thoughts on how we wrongly evaluate our worship services.
Nic Cook has posted a long list of modern hymn arrangements. He starts with four reasons to include hymns (modernized or otherwise) in your worship services.
This week’s Leadership Roundup: withholding information, self-assessment, leading by example, and why you need to get more sleep.
A few weeks ago, I ran into a worship leading situation that I’d never encountered before. I wrote about it for Worship Ministry Catalyst.
In their own words, “Brothers McClurg is a traveling version of your church’s worship team, with many players and faces each adding to what God is doing in times of worship.” Recently, Anthony and Chris Hoisington of Brothers McClurg talked to Worship Links about the name of the band, choosing music you believe in, and their family’s musical legacy.