Our species, and its development, certainly plays a role in that process or worship, and an important one at that, given that we bear the image of God here on Earth. However, our species is not the universe’s chief purpose and goal.
Did you grab All About Worship’s Christmas Collective yet? It contains five Christmas songs and it’s available until January 10.
Carlos Whittaker has compiled, as he calls it, “Undisputed Proof” about how many Christmas songs you can do in a worship set:
I have given you the undisputed proof.
I mean it only comes from like 150 of my twitter followers…
But they are the smartest.
So take a large grain of salt and go check out his findings. 🙂
More great stuff from prolific worship blogger David Santistevan:
Oftentimes when it comes to finding a worship leader, we look for the individual with the most musical talent. Sure, that doesn’t hurt. But it’s so, so much more.
As a worship leader, how do you get there? What are the skills you should be focusing on?
I especially like his comments and analogy on how a worship set should flow:
Think of your worship set as a great major motion picture. Sure, there are individual scenes, but they all flow together to create a film. No commercial breaks, no awkward pauses, no random scenes. As a worship leader, you need to develop the skill of flow.