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

The Son of Man

In John 12, we find that as Jesus was teaching the crowds, they asked Him, “We have heard from the Law that the Messiah will remain forever, so how can You say, ‘The Son of Man must be lifted up?’ Who is the ‘Son of Man’ ” (verse 34)? Today, this is not a difficult … More The Son of Man

The Power of Praise

Friends, lift your voice and begin to praise God. Call out who He is to you, and in so doing, you will remind your soul of glorious, ancient truths. You’ll find that fresh faith is inevitable when you are infused with strength, prophesying victory over yourself, and entering into the situation with a heavenly mindset. … More The Power of Praise

Justice, Mercy, and Humility

Friends, the day we are living in is charged with tension and unrest. Tension often enacts change, though, so I welcome the tension. Much of the conversation at the time of my writing revolves around how to change a broken system so that it more fairly affects blacks. Oh, how God loves black people of all shades, ethnicities, and cultures—each one is carefully made in His image! … More Justice, Mercy, and Humility


If a revival is indeed coming, and I believe it is, are we ready? Are there any preconceived notions we must release? Are there any limitations we need to throw out the window? … More Revival