Equipping and encouraging worship leaders for gospel-centered worship.
Sandra McCracken shows how our everyday creativity comes to life as we learn to walk in the way of the Trinity. Quotes: "Belonging brings us out of isolation....Read More
"Thy Mercy, My God" puts mercy on display. Sometimes I think mercy gets the short end of the stick in our books, sermons, and conversations. “Grace abounds”...Read More ➔
Every Christ-follower has heard the call to pray. We hear it from Jesus himself (Matt 6:9, Luke 11:2). Our worship gatherings feature regular opportunities to pray. Other Christians invite us to pray. And there’s an ever-increasing list of books, sermons, and other resources encouraging prayer. At least at a cognitive level, we know we should pray....Read More ➔
We want everyone not only to understand our core priorities when it comes to music, but to become equipped to bolster the singing here. After all, the singing ministry of a church primarily belongs to the whole congregation, not just the musicians or trained vocalists....Read More ➔
We should approach our task with an intensity of focus that produces a solid outcome. This is counterintuitive for some churches, where worship leadership is handed to a young man whose primary qualification is that he can play an instrument or sing. It counters worship leaders who do only what is needed to get through Sunday so the focus is solely on the preaching of the Word. ...Read More ➔