If we define worship by the external displays we use, it becomes much less meaningful. Worship is more than the music, the style, the lights, and the slides. It’s our hearts.
Being a worship leader can be a tough job – there’s usually somebody unhappy with what you’re doing. But as with so many other things, a little bit of affirmation can go a long way.
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: King David, fear, misery, and protecting the local church.
What do worship leaders and weightlifters have in common? They are both tasked with building up the body.
Alex Enfiedjian is a church music director and podcast producer in California. Recently, Alex talked to Worship Links about Worship Team Podcasts, worship team culture, and accidental blasphemy.
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.
We worship leaders tend to be music people, and that sadly leads to confuse worship with music and vice versa. From the late Robert Webber, a quote reminding us that music is just a tiny piece of what worship is.
It doesn’t matter who you are or where you are – you are worshipping something. We all worship something – it’s just how God made us. The question is this: What will we choose to worship?
We tend to become more like what we worship. So what you worshipping? And how are you worshipping?