Pastors need to be aware of the formidable tool that God has given us to teach his people—namely, the power of music and song.
Don't pit singing and the sermon against each other.
Putting aside preferences and embracing common, unified, God-centered worship is part of what it means to follow Jesus together.
How do you adorn the gospel with creative elements in worship without hindering it?
The Bible teaches three facts of life: God is good. God is all-powerful. Terrible things happen.
Though we should seek Him in our closets or a quiet place during the week, he has commanded us to gather together as the church on Sunday morning.
I believe isolation is the enemy’s number one tool to take down worship pastors.
The greatness of both our sin and our forgiveness should inspire us to sing the greatness of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
The fact that we are singing to and about God ought to make us pause and breathe a little deeply and at least consider the words coming out of our mouths.
Worship is not a condiment, meant merely to flavor the Christian life.