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?
This free PDF gives an in-depth look at the five cultures that our ministry is centered on, as well as the “why” behind everything thing we do – from a biblical and practical standpoint.
Matthew Moore explains how it’s not necessary to be on the stage to lead people in worship. Everyone creating the environment for people to lift high the name of Jesus is a worship leader, from the production volunteer to the lead pastor.
Matthew Moore takes a look at the way we can approach production in worship with excellence and purpose. In a society where things continuously change, our purpose as a church does not change. Are we doing things to lift high the name of Jesus or simply because everyone else is doing it?
Kyle Lent talks about delegation and its use to lessen the load on your own plate while using tasks to develop other members of your team. The early Church used this method in Acts 6 to accomplish tasks and multiply disciples.
You see music and song have always played a significant role in the life of the Church. Singing in response to God’s character and work is nothing new to the modern Church. All throughout scripture we see people praising God through song.
Justin Cofield talks about taking care of the bride of Christ. If you have been put in a position to shepherd others, it is your responsibility to watch over them and care for them.
Daniel Darnell talks about how dangerous it can be to pursue excellence aside from the way God designed it. Seeking excellence as the world seeks it is unhealthy and can only lead to things like pride, jealousy, and greediness.
Daniel Darnell talks about how scripture commands us to pursue excellence. Everything about the process of leading worship for the church should be done excellently.