If you’re a part of a new church plant or a small church, it can be tough to build a worship team. Finding volunteers and having consistency can be a challenge. Artist and worship leader Patrick Mayberry joins Matt McCoy to talk about how to build a worship team.
Most of us don’t begin a new ministry position believing we’ll only stay for a few years. We have noble intentions to plant our lives for the long haul. But then Covid hits and we get beaten up from one side or the other and sometimes both sides at the…
A little like a check-up with your Doctor, we know it’s worth stopping once a year or so to check the health of the music we bring to our church family for worship.
Mark Cole has recently been teaching some new worship leaders how to pick the correct key for leading worship. Here is what has been most helpful for them.
Learn how to effectively use local church website keywords and have more people find your church.
Too often, we spend little time evaluating our worship service. We may critique based on attendance, but seldom do we review it with intentionality. Use these questions to evaluate your church’s worship service this past weekend—including evaluating whether you chose to truly worship.
Leaders who neglect symbols miss a vital opportunity to influence followers and understand why people think and act the way they do. Likewise, pastors who neglect symbols miss an entire frame of meaning in their congregations. So how are symbols powerful in the church? What about them adds gravity to…
Some of those previous worship service elements we thought we couldn’t live without, we did. So, how do we determine what we should or shouldn’t reintegrate again in the future?
The Bible mentions praise and worship thousands of times. Jesus said that God is looking for worshippers. May these Bible verses deepen your personal worship of God and give you a foundation to seek after Him.
It’s easy to feel like a deer in the headlights when it comes to figuring out how to ‘do’ online ministry effectively. Here are some ideas designed to give you some direction on things you can action immediately.
Church Answers is following closely the trend of churches dropping the denominational label in their name in the post-COVID era. Though it is by no means a new trend, we do think it is good to see where the issue lies today. Indeed, it is a topic of frequent discussion…
With so many people using YouTube every day, that’s where churches have the greatest opportunities to have a presence, to be salt and light in the world, and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
Worship Pastor’s have a lot of responsibilities, but what is the actual role of a Worship Pastor? Matt McCoy from Loop Community and Worship Pastor & author Zac Hicks sat down to discuss it!
This week, assess your church’s health by using these questions to evaluate your church’s approach to each of the purposes of the church: worship, evangelism, discipleship, ministry, prayer, and fellowship.
As worship leaders, it’s important to choose the songs we’re adding to our setlists with thoughtfulness and care. It’s not always best to choose the newest song or most popular song.