A short collection of practical advice to help create and deliver a season of Christmas services that will be engaging for both church members and guests.
Three suggestions to help keep your Christmas Eve service from getting overly complicated.
A short mix of songs both modern and ancient that serve well to express worship in the Advent and Christmas season.
Struggling between contemporary and traditional music approaches? This essay from 200 years ago might help.
Family is a term whose importance cannot be understated when it comes to our relationship with God and with others. We who are saved by Christ are adopted by God into His family, named as His sons and daughters, and given equal rights as co-heirs to the kingdom as if we stood on equal footing with His son Jesus. As such, we are pronounced as nobility in the most royal family, named as priests in the most royal priesthood.
To worship is to ascribe to the Lord the value He deserves and the honor His Name is worthy to receive, and to express our hearts toward Him. Amazingly, He invites us to engage with Him in both solemn ritual and in joyful celebration and communion.
When Martin Luther nailed the Ninety-five Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg…
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This is the definition of a team member who goes above and beyond—a holy service approach for us all to strive for.
Is this discussion dividing hearts and minds in your ministry? Join the conversation.
Practicing how to include non-practiced elements in our worship leadership.
Here’s a checklist for preparing for your teams on new songs.