Daniel Godden posts an excerpt from Bob Kauflin’s book questioning the use of the term. There’s the beginning of a good discussion too. What does your church call “the music guy?”
Although Mike Ratliff takes an extensive route through Purpose Driven and musical style to get there, his post on Spiritual Worship gives some good focal passages and testimony supporting his thesis: God’s desire is that we live for Him in all parts of our lives
Lest you assume that tech folks are too busy fiddling with the dials, David Baxley, Director of Media and Technical Ministries at First Free Church in Onalaska, WI has two great posts on worship at his blog.
Gavin Brown posts his Wikipedia-length assessment of the evolution of worship music. Do you agree with his last two paragraphs? IMO, decent theology flies the coop and solidifies the stereotype that worship guys (like me) are clueless about matters of doctrine and have little to no knowledge of scripture outside of the Psalms. Worship music […]
Have you seen the worshiptogether.com blog? Jimi Williams blogs pretty regularly about topics related to “doing church” for people involved in worship and music ministries… like this open letter to church gear swipers.
Keith Brenton remembers the Sabbath, and Jesus’s new thoughts about keeping it holy.
Lead Pastor Bill Grandi of Owen Valley Christian Fellowship in Spencer, IN blogs about “full body worship.” There is another type of full-body worship-the kind that takes place every time God’s people get together. When the body (in our case known as OVCF) worships. Some laugh. Some cry. Some raise their hand or hands. Some […]
Jeff Miller at consumingworship.org continues his interview with worship leader Jamey Ketchum of Park Hill Baptist Church. Here’s Part 1. By the way, if you are reading consumingworship.org in Internet Explorer, the leftmost letter on each line is chopped off. It looks fine in Firefox, and Safari.
Kate Walker has a thoughtful post on whether the performance of “Shout to the Lord” on American Idol was out of context.
Seventeen years ago, you said “hymnal” and everyone knew what you were talking about. In 2008, you say, “hymnal” and everyone thinks they know what you’re talking about. Oh, by the way, if you don’t need a hymnal, It’s not a hymnal. Because the LifeWay Worship Project has so many pieces, not just what people […]