Dr. Lee McDonald offers us a brief rundown of what worship looked like in the early church, so we can learn from our first-century brothers and sisters.
How worship leaders can transcend cultures, performance issues, and other uncontrollables in a service of worship.
The importance of pouring out the “perfume of wonder” at the feet of Jesus in worship.
Church leaders are guaranteed one thing: change will occur in their worship practices and ministry. Here are some reminders on how to lead in a healthy way.
It is crucial for us to regularly call each other to Christ-centered worship, to challenge practices that unwittingly place Christ at the periphery of worship.
Whoever chooses the people’s song for their congregation is not only a hymnal editor but also is a primary shaper of the way their congregation understands and expresses faith