Stop cheering yourself and start leading the cheers of your community.
What happens during and/or after your service when a leader makes a mistake? Here are thoughts on how your answer affects congregational worship.
Jimmy Fallon makes a living encouraging people to engage with his guests every night, here are five things we can glean to become better worship leaders.
Part two in this series helping worship leaders guide their community towards opening their mouths in an offering of praise.
Part 4 in this series on bringing dynamic worship to your church.
How to reach that group of people in your congregation that simply would rather not participate.
Do you struggle with a congregation that doesn’t participate in worship? Find out how your invitation might help them engage.
On creating a church culture of engagement in worship.
4 tips on getting your congregation as proud of our great God as they are of their favorite football team.
Here are a few common worship leading mistakes and how to remedy them.
Worship Leaders go to great lengths to ensure that songs are in singable keys for everyone, but is this necessary?
For many of us, nothing distracts like awesome displays of musical prowess. Hence, we need to be aware that our excellent musicianship has the very real potential of getting in the way of the corporate worship we endeavor to lead.
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