Sorry…You Didn’t Make the Worship Team – Cliff Lambert
For those worship leaders who hold worship team auditions, one of the hardest things you have to do is tell a person they didn’t make the worship team. Here are some ways to help ease the pain when being the bearer of bad news.
Who is “Israel’s race”? – Scott Aniol
I have noticed a great trend in recent years among pastors and music ministers to pay more careful attention to what truth they are singing. Unfortunately, in years gone by, many churches sang songs merely out of habit, even though the truth espoused therein contradicted their statements of faith. It always amuses me when Premillenialists sing “We’ve a Story to Tell to the Nations” or “Lead on, O King Eternal,” for example.
9 Keys to Maximize Rehearsal Time – Fred McKinnon
You’ve worked a hard day and would love to just get home for a hot meal and some R&R. You’re feeling tired and it seems the day should be winding down but there is still one more important meeting to attend: the weekly praise team rehearsal.
Why Public Schools Should Teach the Bible – Roma Downey and Mark Burnett
Have you ever sensed in your own life that “the handwriting was on the wall”? Or encouraged a loved one to walk “the straight and narrow”? Have you ever laughed at something that came “out of the mouths of babes”? Or gone “the extra mile” for an opportunity that might vanish “in the twinkling of an eye”? If you have, then you’ve been thinking of the Bible.