No matter what size, location, or style your church is, you must consider your church's history, culture, and context. While we should always hold fast to the biblical foundations of worship, we cannot forget that each church is a unique body. Don't try to blindly emulate another church without considering who God has fashioned your… Continue reading Using Context as Gutter Guards
Because they are the leaders who must strive for unity musically, choir members are in a strategic position to model unity for the rest of the church.
If you asked me what life event compelled me to be a champion for intergenerational worship, I'd quickly tell you it was my singing in the adult choir in my home church next to my grandfather while in high school. When I was fifteen, I had just felt the call of the Lord to vocational… Continue reading I’m a Champion of Intergenerational Worship Because of My Grandfather