Has someone wronged you? With Psalm 55 as a source, here are some biblical options.
Does anything get overlooked when we combine words that have unique purposes?
Finding continuity between musical praise and righteous living.
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.
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.
3 ways recalling God’s mighty actions can strengthen your church’s worship.
The Psalms have been a source of worship renewal for 100 generations of Christians; here is your guide for starting “working out” in the greatest spiritual gym.
Are you looking for novel songs or ideas or are you looking for the biblical New Song? Based on Psalm 40, here are some of the differences.
Not only do our churches experience the complete spectrum of human emotions, the Bible models worship that includes lament. Here is a brief exploration of a missing element of worship.
How can we approach worship services in a way that is filled with awe and enthusiasm? Psalm 27:4
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