In the March/April issue of Worship Leader Magazine, we focus on the topic of Rediscovering Faith. Featured articles include “Losing My Religion” by Chap Clark and “Shame That Heals & Shame That Destroys” by Mark Foreman, Andrew Comiskey and Lucas Cortazio. In the leadership section, Rich Kirkpatrick brings us a discussion about Team Dynamics and Reggie Kidd talks about More Than Music, while the music section takes a look at new worship releases, “Lost & Missing Sung Prayers” by Josh Lavender, Worship Radar with Jordan Smith by Caitlin Lassiter and a Songwriting Q&A with Matt Redman tackling the subject of worship and shame. Kent Morris covers the tech/gear section with his “Technically Speaking” column, and William McDowell rounds out the issue with an encouragement “Letters with Love” feature.
Do you wish your congregation participated more during your worship services? Are you looking for creative ways to more effectively communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ in your worship services? Are you frustrated, feel
By Pastor William McDowell We often sing about it. We hear messages about it. We place it on t-shirts and even read about it. What is it? The love of God. We sometimes refer to
By John McJunkin I think it’s safe to say that most of us look back on 2020 with less-than-fond memories. We faced coronavirus, natural disasters, and other struggles—but all the same, we grew as a
By Kent Morris Patterson is an energetic, resourceful audio tech based in Ivory Coast. We met when I was in his country to set up and run a large outdoor sound system for the government,
How do you create a natural flow and feeling of the lyrics without over-simplifying phrases and losing some of what you hope to communicate through the song? -Michaela Gienger Michaela, thanks so much for this—I
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