Leading Worship: Building a Song Repertoire

Happy Thursday! I love being a worship pastor. I love arranging music, teaching parts, and selecting songs. I love singing our church through the good and the difficult times, and I love that worshipful music has a way of prophesying life over hopeless situations reflected on weary and anxious faces. I love teaching about the … More Leading Worship: Building a Song Repertoire

Recalibrate

Are you finding yourself irritable? Upset? Fearful? Are you insecure more these days? If you cracked open your heart to honestly assess what’s inside, would you find traces of unforgiveness, depression, and paralyzing helplessness?

My dear, dear friends, I have good news for you. Jesus loves to recalibrate our settings. No matter the negative feeling you may be harboring, no matter the length of time you’ve been clenching it in your heart’s fist, Jesus right now is willing to update your settings. … More Recalibrate

Declaring & Demonstrating the Gospel

The contemporary Church is renowned for providing assistance and substantial help in times of crises, including relief during natural disasters and education when necessary. So is the American Red Cross. The Church prioritizes placing dignity on the marginalized, the broken, the orphan, and demanding justice for the voiceless and hopeless. And so does Amnesty International. The Church … More Declaring & Demonstrating the Gospel

Where is the Love?

“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are My disciples, if you love one another” (John 13:34-35, emphasis mine). Instagram recommends photos and videos to its users based on who you follow and what you’ve “liked” in the … More Where is the Love?