New Year's Resolution: Be Godly, Not Religious
I’m reading a challenging and refreshing book right now by Chuck Swindoll. It’s entitled, So, You Want to Be Like Christ? The back cover sums up very well what Dr. Swin
New Year's Resolution: Quit Your Job
Looking for a great New Year’s resolution? Here’s one: Quit your job – your job on Sundays at church, that is. Everyone knows we’re not supposed to labor on
Planning a Worship Service Using the 5 Necessary Elements
From time to time, I’m asked how I go about planning for a worship gathering – or service, as it is often called. Below are some simple steps and elements to consider.
True Worship Changes Us
We cannot encounter God’s presence and awesome glory and not be somehow affected. A great example of a person who experienced the radical change worship can make is Asaph in
The First Christmas Rush
Mention the words, “Christmas rush,” around others and watch eyes roll and heads wag. No one has to tell us what a headache the Christmas rush can be each year. And f
Welcome Pastors.com Readers!
Thanks for stopping by! A huge shout-out to Tobin, Mark, and the gang at Pastors.com for publishing my article, A Christmas Wrapped In Praise, on their website and in their newsle
Podcasting Your Worship Service
I asked my friend, Terry Hadaway, to share his insights about podcasting. Along with his amazing writing and church education ministry, Terry and his son, Daniel, have a powerful
Rick Muchow's Tips for Leading Worship
Below is an excerpt from an article by Rick Muchow entitled, “Seven tips for Leading Worship.” I discovered this great resource on Pastors.com. Enjoy! By Rick Muchow
Shout Out to Worship Matters!
Hey everyone, I just came across a great worship blog by Bob Kauflin (Perhaps you remember a Contemporary Christian group called GLAD back in the eighties – he was a part of
The Pastor Is the Primary Worship Leader
Look closely at the story of the Children of Judah in 2 Chronicles 20:18-21 and you’ll notice two important things: 1) It was King Jehoshaphat who was the first to fall on hi