Leading Worship: A “Place” We’re Familiar With

I pray that our cities, schools, workplaces, governments, and world would be infiltrated with worshipers—true, faithful, passionate worshipers who seize every opportunity to savor the King’s personality and friendship. And what a glorious responsibility we have, worship leaders, to steward a part of that. … More Leading Worship: A “Place” We’re Familiar With

The Magnificat of the Old Testament

“My heart,” sang Hannah, “rejoices in the Lord; in the Lord my horn is lifted high. My mouth boasts over my enemies, for I delight in Your deliverance” (1 Samuel 2:1). I like how The Message translation puts it—just listen this joy! “I’m bursting with God-news! I’m walking on air. I’m laughing at my rivals. I’m dancing my salvation.” … More The Magnificat of the Old Testament

Leading Effective Rehearsals

Few would disagree that the quality of a worship team’s rehearsal directly impacts the Sunday ministry itself—and over the years, I’ve been part of some refreshing, powerful rehearsals and some pointless, ineffective rehearsals, as I’m sure you have. What’s the difference? What makes a good rehearsal good? For this piece, I’m specifically writing to worship … More Leading Effective Rehearsals