Leading worship for kids can be an incredibly difficult, yet rewarding experience. Here are 4 ideas to inspire you to place a high value on the worship times you have in your kids ministries!
Leading a team of worship leaders across multiple campuses can be difficult. Here are 7 key ideas to remember to effectively develop your leaders.
An essential to the life of the Christian leader is to broaden our view of justice and our role to be people pursuing justice.
Our role as worship pastors is to use the platform we’ve been given, the songs we write, and influence we have to steward others towards being people of redemption and mercy.
Social justice without the Gospel is a counterfeit of the real thing - merely a band-aid to a gaping wound. We need to respond with Gospel justice - responding out of the hope we have in Jesus Christ.
Worship band musicians should be Christians with character, who fit your church’s culture, are skilled at their craft, and lead with their countenance. Now let's unpack what that means...
To truly know how to worship God, one must know exactly what worship is. Chris Collins teaches us that worship is a full-life response - head, heart, and hands - to who God is and what He has done.
If you were at Verge 2014, you heard this song from Austin Stone. You can now relive that experience via video, read the lyrics and download the chord chart!
Why we can't forget about our character and devotion, love for Jesus, pursuit of Jesus, and all the invisible things that nobody sees.
Paul says, "I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." Here's how to live like there's only one finish line.
Noone ever intends to get burned-out, fail morally, or lose heart for people. But enduring in ministry is really difficult.
When we try to do everything, we neglect to empower and enable others to do the great work of ministry.
What does it mean to grieve the Holy Spirit when leading worship? Here’s are three points to consider.
In part 1, we looked at 3 ways leaders tend to sabotage themselves. In part 2, we looked at what your sheep are looking for in a leader. Now we’re going to look at practical ways you can implement this into your ministry.
In part 1 of pastoring your band, we looked at three temptations which can torpedo your ministry. Now we’re going to turn and look at what your band will be looking for from you as a leader.
No matter who or how many you lead, these 3 temptations will sabotage the path God has you on.
Community is something that God intended for us to have to be able to express love for one another, exhort one another, and to even suffer with one another. The idea of community can encapsulate a lot of things.
I was in Holland, Texas*. Disciple Now season was in full swing and I had just walked off the stage after the first session of the weekend event. The worship service was, for lack of a better word, terrible. We... More...
The question is, then, do you have this rhythm of rest in your life?