Building Worship > Encouragement
Passion and Commitment

Last year, our church expanded our meeting room by eliminating our office space. The expansion meant that the whole room was now off center, so everything had to be moved and/or expanded. Mains, subs, sound booth, stage, backdrops, lights,…

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This month marks my 13th year in ministry. I am frequently overwhelmed with gratefulness that God chose me to lead people to corporately worship Him. Over the past 13 years of voluntary, bi-vocational, and full time ministry, I have…

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In my last article, I talked about The Ministry Axiom, a way of thinking about our time and resources that can help cope with burnout. Now, I want to look at the example that Jesus gave for dealing with…

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Warning: this article contains mathematical concepts that you may have not stumbled across for a long time. Please consult your closest available 6th grade math book to refresh yourself on these symbols: <, =, > before reading any further….

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How to Stay Encouraged

When we first gets into ministry, everything looks awesome. There’s a feeling of “we’re going to change this world together, we’re going to make a difference, we’re going to impact people for the Lord, we’re going to use the skills…

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Worship pastors and worship leaders have a unique role. Not only are they responsible for leading worship, but they are also accountable for the health of the teams they lead. One of these teams is the technical ministry team….

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On a recent Thursday night, our worship team was about halfway through our rehearsal for an upcoming Sunday morning service. Somebody cracked a really funny joke which led to a series of back and forth comments and pretty soon…