What Is Worship?
Finding continuity between musical praise and righteous living.
It’s pretty easy to label a worship service as “bad,” the question is, what are we basing our critique on?
Music was there during creation … so how do we use it today in our churches?
Giving our congregations the tools, and the examples, they need to engage with God in worship.
Our songs shape the faith of our congregations. Here we see how early generations of the Church actively worked with this reality.
Worship leaders carry the pastoral responsibility to steward the community’s hymnal—what is the hymnal of your church?
This short allegory reminds us of the journey and the prize of our worship.
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.
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.
As beautiful as it can be, we must always remember that worship music has a function.
The important difference between collective quiet time and corporate worship.
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