Welcome Back, Ministry Toolbox Readers!
Pastors.com and Rick Warren’s Ministry Toolbox readers, thank you for reading my article, 4 Levels of Effectiveness among Worship Leaders, in this week’s edit
Respecting Each Other’s Music Styles in Worship
The following is an excerpt from Week 7 of my worship study, Praise More Powerful. This is pulled from Day 2 which is entitled, “It Is about Sensitivity.” Enjoy! &#
The following is from my Quiet Time Journal. I am currently going through the book of Colossians. This particular scripture passage (like so many in Colossians!) has direct app
Pastor: Worship Leader or Lead Worshiper?
Guest Post by John Martin: As senior pastors, if we are fortunate enough to have a praise and worship person who really wants to do a quality job, we often breath a sigh of
3 Levels of Learning a Song
This week on American Idol several would-be idols were instantly disqualified because they forgot their lyrics. This is an embarrassment any of us who sing solos can relate to. If
Praise Should Boil from Hearts On Fire
The following is an excerpt from a new book I’ve just started. Hope you enjoy! (And please leave me a comment below to let me know what you think.) Thanks so much! –
New Book on Praise Off to Great Start!
Dear Blog Readers, Thanks for giving me a week off to hide away and write! It was an amazing time with the Lord in a little cabin in the woods – no TV, no radio, and no inter
Video of Refugee Children Singing Praises to God
Have you ever had something just stop you in your tracks and leave you speechless for a moment? When I first saw this simple, one and a half minute video, that was my reaction. Th
Worship Study Helps Pastor’s Pursuit of Passionate Praise
Whew, that’s a lot of P’s in one title! Nonetheless, it is the best way to describe an email a pastor sent me yesterday. I love this guy’s heart and grasp