We are excited to kick off the WL Advent with this message from Sandra McCracken.
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"Hope Has a Name" is a Christmas-themed album with the trademark Passion sound and familiar artists, featuring a great balance of new and standard Christmas fare.
Christmas Morning by The McClures is that rare album of modern worship that sounds like Christmas. Special care has obviously been taken to ensure that it truly could be the soundtrack to the annual trek to the tree!
Adding to the massive Planetshakers discography is the musically balanced album of fun and electronic based praise with calm and reflective stripped down worship.
Recorded live at The Belonging Co, Kari Jobe and husband Cody Carnes' home church in Nashville, "The Blessing" features over 100 minutes of absolute praise, including the title track as well as moments of spontaneous praise to Jesus.
Being foster parents is showing us so much about the Father’s love for us. We came to God with nothing, and He loves us with no promise of receiving love in return. He provides for us and nurtures us. He makes Himself so vulnerable to rejection, but never stops opening His heart to love us with absolute abandon.
There is one song in particular that I commend to you this Advent, an especially lovely song of yearning. The Bible calls it the “Song of Songs,” that is, “the best song.” It’s a song about yearning for love—and especially during this particular season of Advent-waiting, I’d offer it as genuinely “the best song.”
Although overwhelming, the peculiarity of this year offers an opportunity to participate in “traditioned” innovation. With the hunger for community and a taste of normalcy felt among us all, perhaps our creativity ought to begin at the table.
It has taken a crisis to help us do what we didn’t think we could do, namely, to connect the worship of the family of faith with our families at home. To be sure, it is only a start, but it is a promising start and one that will help all churches make more and better worshipers.
Bringing classical technique and lush orchestra arrangements into a pop presentation, Grace Worship is premiering their new video for “All Glory Be To Christ” today, exclusively with Worship Leader.
Not all backing track services are created equal, as they all offer a range of functions, prices, and subscriptions. When deciding which service to use, consider carefully what options are most important in your church setting.
"Breath of Heaven (It Is Well)" by Abby Kvam and Jeff Deyo (North Central University Worship)
The theme of this issue is: The Family at Worship
I love God’s Church. Her diversity is her beauty—ancient songs and styles woven together with modern melodies and musings all straining to give voice to praise that will never be exhausted.
Today, online church services have a tendency to look and feel isolated. However, even when the congregation is remote, is there a way to see and hear their reaction? Are there techniques to use in order to create a more immersive experience? Yes, there are some tools we can use to restore the two-way communication between the servers and those we serve and thus thrive, not just survive, today’s challenges.
How does our perception of the “them” influence our own understanding, not only as Christians but also as humans? Worth, dignity, rights, responsibilities, and what it means to be human are matters that undoubtedly should be at the center of our conversations and prayers within the church. Our perception of “the other” must be beyond the object of our evangelistic endeavors, or charity; forgetting this is mostly neglecting our identity as the people of God.
In the psalms of joy, praise arises out of contexts of suffering and it does not ignore that suffering. It declares itself in hope, not in a denial of reality. This is why, as the psalms see it, joy always makes space for sorrow, while happiness, as it is usually understood in our society, cannot. This is why our acts of praise often involve a sacrifice of praise, with our eyes set on the fulfillment of praise.
We sat down with legendary worship leader and songwriter Meriam Webster.
We speak with Luke Smallbone of for KING & COUNTRY about the band's brand new Christmas album, their upcoming drive-in tour and how COVID-19 has shifted how they've created music this year.
“Path of Peace” by Marcus DePeal, Elisa Teller, Josh Lavender, Andy Riemersma, Leanza Riemersma, Taylor Wilding, Jennifer Wilding In the words of the writers: We…...
Sadie Robertson Huff has launched a new endeavor, LO Worship, encompassing a record label and publishing group, and introducing a new band by the same name– “Compass” is their first single.