While starting children’s services may have been (and perhaps still is) a noble attempt to help educate children in the faith at their developmental level with programming that helps children learn and worship, the result has been age segregation in the church, not just in during the “Sunday school” hour…
Christian music artist Chris Tomlin just released his seventeenth album, a collection of songs he hopes will truly connect with people, simply titled “Always.” We had the chance to sit down and chat with him about his new album and why he believes his songs and music stand the test…
What if we saturated our people with the sound of holy words upon our ears, and let them sink deep within us to evoke spiritual growth?
Regarding website design, churches often make common mistakes that cost them dearly in terms of lost visitors. In order to have a user-friendly website for your church, you need to make sure to avoid the following three common mistakes.
This is Zac Hicks’ keynote presentation from the November 2021 Churchfront Live event. Zac’s presentation contains helpful information and advice for everyone that is involved in worship ministry. Zac discusses how to bridge the gap between technology and theology, and he gives us wisdom on how to balance both in…
While the world seems to be focused on the move to online video content (especially short-form video content), there are three simple, often-missed ways to deeply increase digital engagement with your audience and the people you’re trying to reach.
Worship leading is a great privilege and challenge. It is great to be able to point people to God through worship. Learn to grow in your singing, playing and leading. Learn to hear God’s Spirit as you lead.
Avoid the trap of entertaining an audience by following these guiding principles for worship pastors—and the tech available to help you.
Has your worship team rehearsal time become stale? There’s nothing wrong with having a routine – it’s actually the healthiest way to sustainably pour into your worship team. However, there are powerful moments to be had when we intentionally step OUTSIDE of the same pattern.
Worship is so much more complicated and nuanced and important and rich! We cannot reduce it to the generalizations or categories of (old) hymns against newer modern songs, or youth v. seniors. Because even in trying to find labels (so we can find ourselves on one side or the other…
PODCAST: CCM Industry veteran Chris Hauser shares tips for starting a music career.
Have you ever struggled with figuring out what to say between worship songs?
By prioritizing church over family, many Pastors help their kids hate church.
What will happen with pastoral compensation in the future? Josh and Sam of Church Answers prognosticate about the next few years.
The best way to learn from other churches about worship is to go and experience one or more of their services in person. You’ll find great value in experiencing an unfamiliar worship setting – and may even bring back a few new things to try within your own community.