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Guest Posts

One thing I love about the worship community is just that – community. Since starting this site, I’ve been blessed to get to know so many great people who willing and anxious to share great ideas and insights with each other. And that’s as it should be. After all, there’s no competition here – we’re all here for God’s glory!

Having said that all that, Worship Links is open for guest posts! I’ve had a few guest posts in the past, and they’ve been great, but I wanted to open the doors a bit wider and see what

What are we looking for in a guest post? First, it should be somehow related to worship. That could mean leading worship, songwriting, service planning, leadership, media, creativity, music, or lots of other topics. Second, it should be well written (I can help with that in the editing process). Third, it should provide something of value for the worship leaders and worship team members who frequent this site.

It could be an article you’ve published elsewhere already, a story of something awesome that happened at your last rehearsal, the five best ways to recruit volunteers for the sound board, or your top ten tips and tricks for busting out wicked cool guitar solos.

If you’re interested in contributing, you can get started by filling out this form. Sadly, I can’t offer any compensation at this point (this site doesn’t make any money), but hopefully someday that will change.

And on the flip side, if you’re looking for a guest post for your own worship-related site, drop me a line! I’m always happy to help out!

One thought on “Guest Posts”

  1. Hey guys! I’m a worship leader/Creative Arts Pastor at CrosspointChurch.tv in Houston, TX. I try to blog on worship/leadership/creativity about once a week. I’d love to share with you guys and feel free to share as much as you want. Here are some links I think you guys would like to share. Thanks!

    http://www.chrisgroat.com/blog/excellenceinworship

    http://www.chrisgroat.com/blog/5thingseveryworshipleaderneedstoknow

    http://www.chrisgroat.com/blog/2015/3/4/5stepstoleadinggenuineworship

    http://www.chrisgroat.com/blog/pedalboard101

    http://www.chrisgroat.com/blog/howtobeaworshipencourager

    http://www.chrisgroat.com/blog/2014/12/03/6-steps-for-effective-worship-leading

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