In remembrance of Hughes Oliphant Old, here is an article he wrote for worship leader on his passion for prayer in our services of worship.
Whether or not your church claps in and after worship music, one thing must be a priority.
We prepare our songs every week, but our prayers are often not given the same treatment. Here are some thoughts on impromptu prayers.
In his letters, Paul gave us one of the most important passages of Scripture regarding music. Here is an in-depth conversation between worship theologians about its meaning.
Biblically, encountering God causes fear … but what does that fear lead to?
As beautiful as it can be, we must always remember that worship music has a function.
What if the people Jesus had healed had been called to testify at His trial? Here are some of the words they might have used to describe the Savior and his ministry.
How the sacrifice of a person who is marginalized displayed grace and opened the eyes of this worship leader.
There is a place for making church look good; but how far is too far?
As atrocities continue, we can stand with our persecuted brothers and sisters.
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