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Worship: What Christians Should Aim for Every Day

NOTE: The following article is an excerpt from Week 2 of the 6-week Bible study, Heaven’s Praise: Hearing God Say Well Done by Dwayne Moore. This article will run in Rick Warren’s Ministry Toolbox and on Pastors.com later this week. ____________________________________ Have you ever felt like you’ve been wandering through life, not quite knowing what exactly God’s expecting

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Using Visual Arts in Worship (Updated)

Pastors.com asked me to write about visual arts in worship a few years ago. After so many advances in visual technology, I realized we needed to revisit this article. I asked Kyle Gordon who is the creative artist on my worship staff to help me rewrite the article. (Check out his blog at CreativeWorshiper.com.) This updated

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Protected: Heaven’s Praise Session 6: Win Right

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Protected: Heaven’s Praise Session 5: End Right

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Protected: Heaven’s Praise Session 4: Stay Right

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Protected: Heaven’s Praise Session 3: Act Right

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Protected: Heaven’s Praise Session 2: Aim Right

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Protected: Heaven’s Praise Session 1: Think Right

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Worship Leaders, Lead in Awe This Easter!

by Dwayne Moore… One quiet morning a few weeks ago, I decided to take some time to pray alone in our sanctuary. But as soon as I sat down on the front row, my mind began racing about all the stuff that still needed to be done before our Easter services: “How will the lights

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The Problem with Last-Minute Easter Rehearsals

Yesterday, I received an email from a church musician who was clearly frustrated and concerned, and he was desperate for some advice. He said his worship leader chronically waits until the last minute to start worship team practice for major holidays like Christmas and Easter. They’d only rehearsed and read over one song for Easter before