Are we trying to simply feed the congregation with a cool demonstration of our musical prowess, or are we looking to nourish them with lyrics that proclaim the Good News of the Gospel?
There are strong spiritual benefits for you and your volunteers to worship in a corporate setting, with other believers and your family.
Worship leaders stand time after time and ask people to give our praise to God. But where does praise come from?
There’s a lot that goes into selecting the right vocal microphone. It’s more than price, that’s for sure.
As a church, you need social media role models that challenge you to write strategic and intentional content. These role models can help to inspire you, encourage you, and even challenge you as a church.
Next level leaders are prepared and a big part of that preparation is working on excellent charts.
Over the course of his time in music ministry, Aaron Niequist felt much of his job was reduced to getting a congregation “fired up.” He knew something was missing.
Loop Community Founder Matt McCoy sat down with Worship Musician Magazine for an in-depth interview on the history of Loop Community.
PODCAST: For a church that isn’t already growing, going to a multisite model can be toxic because it suddenly dilutes your resources and volunteers. The biggest growth and momentum of multisite is happening with already growing churches.
PODCAST: The website is finished. The Facebook page has been set up. You’ve been running the soundboard for years. Now what? How do you find inspiration? Now what do you do next? How do you move forward?
Elderly church members aren’t to be pushed to the wayside, ignored, or abandoned — instead, we are to see the signs of aging as “crowns of glory” and work to find ways to serve them in our churches.
If you want a team that’s passionately marching forward in the direction the Spirit is leading your church, you have to communicate.
VIDEO: It is very important for worship teams to pay attention to their stage presence, not out of a desire to be showy or draw attention to themselves, but rather a desire to be engaging and not distracting–to help people focus on God.
Minimizing the public reading of Scripture in our services of worship may be unwittingly conveying a lack of trust in the very Word we claim as foundational to that worship.
From the beginning of the promotion, make sure there is enough visual content. Statistics show that on Twitter, tweets with videos are six times more likely to be shared than tweets with photos. Even on Facebook and Instagram, videos are becoming the order of the day.