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The place of music in worship is to enable us to pray.

Music is not to be focused on the performer – rather on the congregation – engaging with God and other believers.

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Music Review | “At Easter” By Hillsong Worship

At Easter, a five-song EP that features revamped Hillsong classic “Calvary-centered songs,” intentionally moves listeners along a journey of pilgrimage to passion to profession and ending in praise, all in a twenty-minute span of reverence and resurrection anthems.

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We Are How We Repeatedly Worship

This article calls for reflection in how our regular patterns of worship affect our long-term spiritual growth. Because of worship leader's influence in these areas, special attention is given to the topics of music and prayer.

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Worship Spans the Distance

This article addresses the challenge facing churches that are not able to physically meet. I explore the vision of worship held by the earliest Christians (1st-3rd C.), that in worship, we participate with the angels, the saints through the ages, and those physically distant.

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Worship Radar with Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith joins us to talk about how his 2016 win on NBC's The Voice launched his career, what it was like to lead worship on a national stage, how the last few years of making music led him to his current record deal with Provident, the inspiration behind his new single "Great You Are," and his encouragement for worship leaders.

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Worship Radar with Community Music

Lucas and Evelyn Cortazio of Community Music join us to talk about the backstory of Community Music, creating worship culture in your church, how the pandemic has changed the future of worship music and what it’s been like to watch their song “Make Room” become an anthem for churches around the globe.

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Rediscover Communities of Worship & Prayer – Vol 30 | Issue #1

In the newest issue of Worship Leader Magazine, we focus on Rediscovering Communities of Worship and Prayer. Featured articles include A Call to Heal Communities of Worship & Prayer by Pastor Steve Fry, Rediscovering Worship Beyond Our Differences by Steven Malcolm, Jackson Wu and C. Dennis Williams, and Rediscover (Reset) Worship by Grant Norsworthy. Leadership articles include Multigenerational Worship by Vernon Whaley and Missional Worship by Darnisha Taylor, while the Music section features Lost & Missing Sung Prayers by Josh Lavender, Worship Radar with Lucas & Evelyn Cortazio of Community Music by Caitlin Lassiter and a Songwriting Q&A with Krissy Nordhoff. Kent Morris rounds up the Tech + Gear section with Technically Speaking and a New Releases highlight, and Nancy Nethercott offers encouragement with a devotional.

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Francis Chan on Worship

Rediscover this moment from NWLC 2007 as Francis Chan brings a powerful message about the purity of worship and reflects on his first sermon on Malachi 1.

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      • Date & Time: Feb 18 @3pm (ct)
      • Topic: Planning for Easter
      • March WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: Mar 25 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: Age is Just a Number: Maintaining Relevance & Knowing When to Transition
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        • Date & Time: Apr 22 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: Going Beyond Top 20 When Creating Your Setlist
      • May WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: May 27 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: The Importance of Upgrading Your Stage Environment
      • June WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: Jun 17 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: Breaking Through Your Church Bubble – How to Connect with Your Local Community
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        • Date & Time: Aug 26 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: How to Build Team Culture on a Rock Instead of Sand
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        • Date & Time: Sep 30 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: How to Write Songs for Your Community
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        • Date & Time: Oct 28 @3pm (ct)
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