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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.

We believe music is a servant of prayer.

This is a very big idea and therefore difficult to implement. That’s why the resources we provide are focused on: modeling, training and encouraging music as a servant of prayer.

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Music Review | “My Savior” By Carrie Underwood

With its trifecta of ageless words, simple but stirring melodies, and Underwood’s first-class voice, My Savior is a flawless album from the beginning to end.

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A Look Back

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,…...

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Losing My Religion

By Chap Clark “We love our church. We’ve made great friends there, and it used to give us that boost every week. But lately it’s…...

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Rediscover Faith – Vol 30 | Issue #2

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.

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The Worship Leader Network aims to renew practices of worship in Christian communities, Christians in the arts of worship, with a special focus on music and the unique role of hymns and songs in building community and nourishing faith.

The WL Network offers a space in which the worship leaders of tomorrow can connect with each other, collaborate and create in worship design, and circulate ideas, songs, and best practices through the global Christian community.

Above all else, we seek to serve and assist individuals, congregations, and communities in “finding their voices” and raising them as they sing a new song to God.

  • As a Member+ you get access to every issue of Worship Leader Magazine in our digital library.
  • Worship Leader Magazine was established in 1992 and just as relevant today as ever before.
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    • January WL Workshop
      • Date & Time: Jan 28 @3pm (ct)
      • Topic: Legality of Streaming Services (Audio + Video)
    • February WL Workshop
      • 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
      • April WL Workshop
        • 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
      • July is NWLC – Our annual conference in Nashville, TN.
      • August WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: Aug 26 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: How to Build Team Culture on a Rock Instead of Sand
      • September WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: Sep 30 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: How to Write Songs for Your Community
      • October WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: Oct 28 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: Planning for Christmas
      • November WL Workshop
        • Date & Time: Nov 18 @3pm (ct)
        • Topic: Finding Rest During the Holidays
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