Category Archives: Worship

Spiritual Disciplines for the Worship leader

Worship leaders often make their living on stage in front of hundreds of people.  In my opinion, this may very well be a disadvantage in our spiritual formation.  Our faith is one with a cross in the middle of it … Continue reading

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A Worship Leader’s letter to his congregation

Dear church family, Most of you know that I lead the singing at Church.  Often, we refer to this act as “worship.”  It’s sort of an unfortunate thing that this word has become so closely associated with the songs we … Continue reading

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My ongoing struggle with contemporary worship leading…

Every Sunday morning all throughout our country, thousands of twentysomething guitarists in thick rimmed glasses fashion their hair to look like they just got out of bed, slip into some skinny jeans, deliberately neglect to shave, strap on their Taylor … Continue reading

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Alive inside.

Worship is about more than music. Worship is about a life led. Singing is just one small part of worship. But perhaps music awakens something within us that nothing else can. Advertisements

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Break me.

Not long into our trip, our team sat down for a team meeting.  We’d had a few days of camp under our belts and had started to acclimate to our new surroundings (at least as much as one can after … Continue reading

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