Worship leaders should pray the Word, teach the Word, and sing the Word.
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.
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.
Kyle Lent teaches about how everything must have its grounding in the Word. Other things will fade away, but God’s Word will remain forever.
Chad Kincer talks about God’s zeal for his own glory and how that does not make him conceited or cocky. God rightfully brings attention to himself, because he is who he says he is.
1 Peter is about suffering as Christians in this world. It speaks of the difficulties we will inevitably face and encourages us how to endure through Christ and the guiding of the Holy Spirit to the end.
This song reminds us that God made everything, but it goes a step further to remind us that He also included us in His creation.
Unity in the Church is a tool for evangelism. Those who observe the disunity in the church have a hard time believing in the message we preach.
The song “Rescue For My Soul” was written to reflect the journey of the prophet Jonah. As he sank to the bottom of the ocean, he was keenly aware of his helplessness, and his desperate need for a Rescuer.
Jesus is more than our dreams can hold and more than Disney can illustrate… He is the King of all Kings.