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Enjoy an incredible worship experience and powerful teaching from one of Elevation's favorite guests, Grammy-award winni»
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Brad Lomenick catches up with Francis Chan at Catalyst Dallas and talks about parenting, leading by example, and living »
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From a ministering angle, my goal as a worship leader is to facilitate worship that has these 3 aspects: Impart truth through songs and prayers that have solid scriptural footing Respond to truth by renewing the lordship of Jesus over our lives Desire for internal conversion and transformation (heart and mind) in the power of the Holy SpiritTo some, this may sound highly theoretical and even a bit too lofty—I get that, but I believe that»
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This post is basically an extension of @loswhits blog post the other day, 11 Ways To Make Your Worship Leading Suck Less. I would like to continue that conversation today. 1. Make sure you are worshipping as well. If you aren’t into the song, it’s going to be really hard for the people you are leading to be into it as well. They take their cue from youso lead them. 2. Silence doesn’t have to be awkward. Scripture asks us sometimes to just»
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When the phrase “worship philosophy” comes up, it resonates with me the same way “apologetics” does. They are both such fruitful conversations, with a wide... Read More The post Worship “Leading” Philosophy appeared first on Jesus & Tattoos.
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In my experience every well-meaning worship leader comes across questions about worship ministry from time to time which he or she finds difficult to answer from Scripture. Very often, especially when Google is employed,  we are able to find what are advertised as biblical answers to these questions, and almost just as often those answers are nothing more than the closely-held opinions of someone who is great at rhetoric, and maybe not as great»
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1. Make sure you are worshipping as well. If you aren’t into the song, it’s going to be really hard for the people you are leading to be into it as well. They take their cue from youso lead them. 2. Silence doesn’t have to be awkward. Scripture asks us sometimes to just be still. When we talk, we can’t hear God speak. Sometimes we need to not talk and let the music speak louder than our words. 3. Be just as good if not a better musician a»
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Let's face it, sometimes the microphone can be a barrier between the congregation and the worship leader. It's not too difficult for the band to get so caught up with the technical and the musical that the people begin to feel a bit disconnected from the stage.   Worship leading is more about engaging with people than putting up a great Christian performance. It's more about connecting together with the Lord than belting out the latest musical»
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I wrote this prayer while in the middle of another writing project. I am posting it here because it seems appropriate to share it with others. The prayer comprises various aspects that I believe would resonate in the heart of every worship leader especially while preparing to lead worship. Hope it helps you when you pray. Here goes: Dear Lord, we thank you for the marvelous, life-transforming revelation of who you are: the One True God. Ho»
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As a worship leader, one of my greatest joys is to watch a set-list come alive in worship. A well selected set of worship songs encourages participation, places appropriate prayers in the hearts of the people, moves them to intimacy with God and invokes a love response to Him. Having said that, one of the easiest worship leading mistakes is to choose the wrong set of songs for a session. So here are eight tips to put together an effective worshi»