“Calling all Worship Leaders” and Top Posts of 2010
Happy New Year to all our readers! Today we are excited to announce a new feature to the blog. It is called “Worship Leader Makeover.” One of my passions in life is the corporate worship meeting of the church. Whether it was as a senior pastor (10 LONG years) or a worship leader, I have been responsible for leading every aspect of the Sunday morning meeting. I have also studied worship in the church extensively. All that to say, I think I have earned the right to comment on the current state of “worship” and to encourage those who lead “it”.
Our “Worship Leader Makeover” will feature a regular post for worship leaders. It will not focus on any technical issues. Rather, I will be sharing foundational things I have learned over the years. My hope is that one by one, I can encourage other worship leaders, and that true Christ honoring worship would be restored in His church. It won’t matter if your congregation uses instruments or not, as the things I share will have nothing to do with that.
Disclosure: I am a full-time musician. A guitar player (what can I say, God loves me!) I run my own teaching studio and have traveled… all over the country performing in a country/rock band. The highlight of this secular musical career was performing for President George W. Bush and his family.
Look for these posts to begin in January.
Below, I have our top 6 posts from 2010. Thanks for taking the time to read our blog!
Top 6 Posts of 2010
1. Does Your Sunday Morning Service Look Like This?
2. Does God Care How We Worship?
3. George Barna: The Seeker-Sensitive Church Model: Dumbing Down Disciples
4. Poll: What is the Most Important Element of Corporate Worship for you Personally?
5. When Did “Worship” Become the Singing of a Song?
Posted on January 2, 2011, in Christianity, Church Leadership, Worship and tagged Advice, christianity, cross-centered worship, El cristianismo, Gospel Centered worship, Passion of the Christ, singing, theology, worship, worship leader tips, Worship Leading. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Looks like the topic of worship was pretty popular in 2010! Looking forward to seeing what you’ve learned…