Today’s churches are having a find time holding onto their worship leaders, and at times it seems that every song rubs someone the wrong way. Why is this? Kenny Lamm, the Worship Consultant for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, has this to say about the situation: […]Read more "Healing the “Generation Gap” in Christian Music – One Song at a Time"
“When we sing for the Lord and worship and praise Him, it doesn’t matter if we capture the attention of millions in an arena or no one in a practice room, we know that He is glorified and honored by our music. He looks down on us and says ‘Well done, good and faithful servant.’” – […]Read more "Christian Artist Feature: Miriam J. Schell"
“The dark is just a canvas for Your grace and brightness.” – Rend Collective, “Joy” To be honest with everyone, the last couple of weeks have been especially draining and I’ve felt the full weight of balancing four jobs and raising a family. On top of my hectic schedule (which included tense, […]Read more "The Art of Celebration"
“When Christ rescued me from a lifestyle of accelerated depravity… I swung hard to living for Him with a lot of gratitude…I think art flows freely when I stay in that place – the realization He rescued me to be His son, not His artist.” – Nathanael Bryce Art is often […]Read more "Christian Artist Feature – Nathanael Bryce"
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass – it’s about learning to dance in the rain.” Vivian Greene During the Summer of 2005 I had the once-in-a-lifetime experience of climbing the Great Wall of China – and it rained. As we trudged across the slippery stones, I remember feeling a […]Read more "Singing in the Rain – The Choice to Worship"
Kari Jobe, a singer/songwriter from Waco, Texas, has shot to the top of the Contemporary Christian Music Charts…and for good reason. Since the release of her first album in 2009, she has received one Grammy Award and two Dove Awards, along with seeing this album reach No. 3 on Billboard’s Christian Music Chart and […]Read more "K: Kari Jobe – “Forever” Starts Now"
I am convinced that Satan was determined to destroy our worship service yesterday – but in spite of his efforts the Lord blessed us with a worshipful morning, and I for one walked away feeling blessed and spiritually refreshed. Spiritual warfare absolutely takes place in ministry, and it’s such an exciting thing to watch the […]Read more "Coming Empty – The Act of Worship"