Something that the Lord has been teaching me recently is this: s a worship leader, I can’t make myself, my audience, or anyone actually worship.
Our greatest need was indeed answered by the Father’s love, and that’s why we sing this song. As somber as it is regarding our part in Jesus’ crucifixion, it brings us to express and encourage the response Jesus’s sacrifice deserves: pure and utter joy that “His wounds have paid [our] ransom.”
“You Never Change” is a song that praises God for His immutability. God always has been and always will be who He says He is. He is our faithful God who upholds the universe by His Word. He is eternal and unchanging. He is our perfect King.
The main responsibility of a worship drummer, outside of leading people in worship well, is giving form to music. The drummer plays a large role in determining the energy level coming off the stage. Our parts can make the music too loud, soft, out of control, lacking or just right.
In fostering an environment where a healthy and vibrant worshiping team exists, we’ve created our own manifesto. These are the things we are publicly declaring as our values and aims as a worshiping team.
Matt Carter teaches from Ephesians 5 about the reason and the importance for singing in church.
You shouldn’t live in the green room, you should be accessible to the sheep.
Our churches, the people God has entrusted to our care, need to be reminded of God’s goodness and faithfulness on a consistent basis. We need to be reminded that God still reigns and that Jesus is still saving the lost.
A Professional Chef knows what excellence is. Here are 5 things I learned about worship from the best chef in Austin.
We have had a handful of people ask us about the song that the Aaron Ivey band played at the downtown campus of Austin Stone Community Church on Sunday, March 10. The new song is called “Jesus Is Better”, written by Aaron Ivey and Brett Land.