Elevation Church talks about how they keep their worship team engaged in worshipping. What do you do?
Douglas at averyfineline.com is asking… what was the first hymnal with a Gaither song in it?
An interesting post by Thomas at EverydayLiturgy.com about unseen consequences of the projector on congregational song. When I was a teenager and hymnals began to collect dust as overhead projectors took over I welcomed it as an opportunity to get with the times. Computers were taking over the world, and I had heard of AOL […]
One of the challenges about the LifeWay Worship Project, frankly, is explaining it. The pieces that make up the puzzle include just about every kind of resource that churches today are using in congregational worship. As the marketing manager for the project, my job is to tell churches about it, and from about day one, […]
Have you ever had an experience like this? After the concert, some of us who went were commenting, if only our church worship could be like that. See Daryl’s assessment of the situation on his post.
Tim Jack at Crossroads Bible Church in Bellevue Washington blogs about worship at their church. Does your church have a “entire church” service, or do you segment?
Simon Perry at the Baptist Union of Great Britain says: Worship simply means ‘worthship’, it describes the things in our life to which we attach worth, the things we value and treasure and acknowlege. Politics, on the other hand, refers to the way that human beings organise themselves around the things to which they attach […]
Michael is starting a series of posts “pitting” songs from the Trinity Hymnal and All the Best Songs of Praise & Worship. I’m not sure what this is supposed to accomplish…
Click the “Full Screen” icon on the video for a better view: LifeWay Worship Project from Patrick Watts on Vimeo.
Kay Baylor has a commentary on a church in Waco, Texas that offers a 30 minute Worship.