Are you the Minister of Music for a small church? Medium church? Mega church? Do you have a choir? Are you always looking for new choir members, but only ever get a few to commit? Do you get the same excuses every time you mention joining the choir to someone? Don’t worry. You’re not the […]
5 Suggestions for Pouring Old Wine in New Wineskins: Singing Old Hymns in Contemporary Worship The scripture warns against pouring new wine from old wineskins, but what about pouring old wine from new ones? It seems more and more churches are finding rich value in singing traditional hymns with modern arrangements and instrumentation. I love the […]
The Choir is on the Front Lines of the Battle Psalm 68:24a reads, “Your procession has come into view, O Lord, the procession of our God and King into the sanctuary. In front are the singers – after them the musicians.” Whatever is happening in your church when you gather to worship, your choir and […]
1. You are on the front lines of a battle. Psalm 68:24a reads “Your procession has come into view, O Lord, the procession of our God and King into the sanctuary. In front are the singers — after them the musicians.” Whatever is happening in your church when you gather to worship, your choir and […]
Starting with this batch of new releases, we’ve made significant changes to our orchestra parts and Finale files that we hope will speed up your week-to-week use of charts. Shorter parts – Every instrument only has one stave instead of two. Less explanation, less space, fewer pages. Save time printing, passing out and explaining. Lyric […]
It is my pleasure to announce that 31 praise & worship songs from PraiseGathering Music Group are now available ala carte at LifeWayWorship.com.
If you appreciate collegiate concert choirs and are near Hannibal, MO, check out the Hannibal-LaGrange Concert Choir concert on April 22.
Really? A Choir? CCLI says that only 20% of their churches have a choir, so why would I want to do that?
Whether you’re an Acts 29 church plant or a decades-old suburban church, here are ten reasons, in no particular order.
I’m spending the holiday away from the office and with my family. I hope your Christmas is filled with joy and peace. I saw this video on Ann Voskamp’s blog the other day. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Merry Christmas and I look forward to many wonderful conversations in the new year.