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5 Tips For Rehearsing Great Worship Song Outros

Song outros are crucial for maintaining an atmosphere of worship for your congregation as the set progresses song to song. You should rehearse them.

What God Wants Pastors and Worship Leaders to Know

Pastors and worship leaders need to know that rivalry and disunity contradicts what Jesus came to do—make us one.

C.S. Lewis: Art With a Message

What Lewis is proposing is actually more serious — and more difficult — than simply trying to create art with a message.

What Does the Visual Layout of Our Churches Say About Worship?

Now the visual layout of most of our modern worship environments feature a drumset or a stack of amplifiers quite prominently. Nothing "wrong" with this. But let's think for a moment about what it says

Do Church Worship Bands Keep People From Singing?

Worship music and church worship bands have won the Sunday morning song battle – there’s no question about that.

Real Men Don’t Sing? Not So Fast . . .

Men choosing not to sing in worship services suggests that even Christ following men are sometimes willing to ignore likes, responsibilities, and even a biblical calling in order to conform to a more masculine identity.

The 7-Minute Worship Team Check-In

Before your next worship team ehearsal do this one thing and it will transform the culture of your volunteer worship ministry.

Your List of Thanksgiving Psalms

The thanksgiving Psalms in the Bible have so much to say on true praise and giving. Consider this detailed list.

Disciplines for Spirit Filled Worship

To pursue holiness is to pursue Jesus himself, and to be confident in him alone. Apart from this, there is no such thing as ministry success in God’s economy, or Spirit filled worship.

Cigarettes and Black Leather . . . And Worship?

Art and rebellion go together like cigarettes and black leather, pessimism and sleeping in, anger and fear. But in worship?

What She Said at the Start of Worship Service Changed Everything

Each Sunday, as we settle into our worship service, we buckle our seat belt. Whatever comes, Lord, my trust is in you.

Monday Morning Worship Fatigue (And What to Do About It)

Someone once said that leading worship is like having a baby on Sunday only to realize you are pregnant again Monday morning.

Pray in the Spirit – At all Times, Always!

And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.

Interview With a Worship Sound Pro

Bobby Spangler operates Spangler Media, a sound consulting and sales company based in Kentucky. He’s a bona fide worship sound pro.

How to EQ an Acoustic Guitar

Properly EQ’ing an acoustic guitar follows a four-step process similar to mixing any instrument. I’m focusing the details on getting you a good baseline mix as quick as possible.

8 Traits I See in Good Worship Leaders

As I visit churches in my various roles, I’m privileged to worship with many different congregations. The styles aren’t always the same, but I can tell you some of the common traits I find in worship leaders who catch my attention.

10 Tips to Create Great Worship Vocals

The tendency for some is to have everyone jump-in, find a note, and sing everywhere. But there's a better way to create great worship vocals.

5 Elements of Worship for a Great Service

With a humble heart, consider these elements of worship that will encourage an attitude of worship in the hearts of your people.

HuddleCam HD Review

The HuddleCam HD webcam gives you the same quality as their many other products, and it’s super affordable at around $90.

Great is the Lord – Yes, But What is “Great?”

"The Bible tells us again and again, especially in the Psalms, that our God is great."

Tauren Wells ‘Crazy About You’ Lyrics Labeled ‘Biblically in Error’ by...

Tauren Wells shared earlier this week that his from his song “Crazy About You” has been denied airplay from at least 13 Christian radio stations because radio programmers claim it is theologically incorrect.

Matt Chandler, Part 1: How the 2022 Controversy Has Impacted His...

Matt Chandler joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to share how God has brought healing in his life and ministry following the controversy he walked through in 2022. 

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