As a worship leader, your relationship with your senior pastor is your most important professional relationship. Here are a few ways to guard it and strengthen it, and why it matters so much.
The song ‘So Will I (100 Billion X) by Hillsong United mentions evolution in it’s lyrics. Should we be singing this?
If you are a worship or church leader, you will inevitably find yourself on stage at church after some kind of tragedy like a racist or terrorist event. If you’re like me, it’s extremely difficult to know what to say or do in a situation like this. Here are some things we can look at […]
There is a common misconception that production and authenticity have an inverse relationship, meaning that if a church has a high level of production, it’s fake.
What does God expect to do as we worship Him?
Sometimes leading worship in a small church can be frustrating – often we want more budget, or more volunteers, etc. It’s important to remember that engaging worship does not depend on those things – while they are extremely important – leading with excellence and authenticity can create engaging worship in literally any environment.
Transitions can make or break the mood and flow of a worship service. Learn how to use Pads and Bumper Music to create awesome transitions.
We hope 2017 is a fantastic year for you and your churches. January is the time for resolutions, and we’ve come up with 5 New Years Resolutions that we believe every worship leader should make.
It’s important for us to celebrate the wins. For us this weekend, it was congregational engagement – people were very engaged in worship. I’ve listed a few thoughts about what contributed to that.
Brian and Bryce and talk through several key points that we feel are crucial when it comes to building a strong, healthy worship team in your church. We believe these points to be applicable to churches of any size and style.