Justin Cofield speaks on how both discipleship and development shape leaders at Austin Stone Worship. We strive for development because Jesus developed men throughout his time on earth.
We will continue to keep you updated on immediate and ongoing needs, as well as opportunities to tangibly love and serve our neighbors in southeast Texas who are experiencing this traumatic and devastating loss.
We are heartbroken over the situation in southeast Texas with the effects of Hurricane Harvey. We have a few IMMEDIATE needs to help serve the thousands of people who are still stranded in the Houston area.
If you’re skeptical of support-based ministries or are nervously considering one, this is meant for you. I was often asked questions like, “Why isn’t the church paying you?” After raising my support, I have no question why.
Marcus Dawes speaks on 1 Peter 2 and how it shapes the culture of excellence at Austin Stone Worship. We strive for excellence because Jesus is first and foremost excellent.
I hope this article will shed some light on how to go about setting an in-ear mix that is useful and encourages your band to get tighter. These are a few things I have noticed over the years that may help set you on that path.
Here are the worship set lists from Austin Stone Worship for The Acts 29 Global Gathering: Nashville, TN | July 17-20
Serving on Sundays from behind a drum kit may seem restricted, but here are a few ways that you can serve your worship leader, audio engineer, and church to create an environment centered around the worship and praise of Jesus.
In a day and age where so many distractions are fighting for our attention, one of the best ways we can help center our people’s hearts and minds is through a specific and pointed call to worship. It urges people in our services to turn from worldly distractions and set their minds, hearts, and attention on the glory of God.
Jimmy McNeal takes a closer look at Romans 16. He points out that Paul knows, loves, and prays for the people in the church in Rome. Can we say the same for the people in our congregations? How would knowing our people change the way we lead them in worship?