Fall in Love with Jesus in Front of Others: Leading Worship

Hey, all! Something has been burning in my heart recently regarding leading worship. I have said over and over again in my writings and to various teams that the role of a worship leader is less about leading songs and more about leading people. Any talented musician can perform a nice song—and that’s well and … More Fall in Love with Jesus in Front of Others: Leading Worship

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Leading Worship: Give People Something to Do

I’m excited to share with you another fun installment in my “leading worship” series! I believe that when people see Jesus, really see Him, they don’t need to be instructed to worship—worship is the heart’s natural response. A person is suddenly confronted with the reason for his existence, and he reacts accordingly. You see it … More Leading Worship: Give People Something to Do

Leading Worship: Old and Young (or, Hymns vs. Contemporary Worship)

The churches I have been part of are each a blend of old and young folks—as every family should be. The gathering of believers should in fact reflect a demographic of passionate twenty-somethings, loving grandfatherly types, playful toddlers, young newlyweds, empty-nesters… We all need each other! I’ve spent considerable time thinking about and studying church revitalization (resurrecting dying … More Leading Worship: Old and Young (or, Hymns vs. Contemporary Worship)