Category Inspirational
23 Mar

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

“Teamwork makes the dream work, but the vision becomes a nightmare when the leader has a big dream and a bad team”. – John Maxwell What a powerful statement to apply to your music department. Worship Pastors, Worship Leaders, musicians, vocalists, media and sound techs, we need to be reminded that there is no “I” […]

29 Sep

Music: What Are You Teaching the Church?

BY: Brittani Scott Seattle, WA Music is a vital part of the ministry in our church services. We use music to facilitate congregational praise and worship. We use music to create a faith-charged atmosphere where the Spirit can minister. We use music to set the stage for the preaching of the Word of God. […]

15 Jul

Investing In The Future: Music Ministry

Written by Rob Greene, Worship Pastor of The Pentecostals of Quinte (Belleville, Ontario) I’ve had the privilege to explore many churches both in North America and abroad and one common need is the same: the need for musicians/singers. As a music director of a thriving church, I understand the struggle and the need for competent, […]

18 Jun

Relevant Heart in a Digital World

     What an amazing time to be living and serving The Lord in music ministry! We are already halfway through 2016, and it seems as if the master time knob has been recalculated and turned up a bit. The days are coming and going a lot faster than they used to! Technology has produced […]

16 May

Where Do You Live?

Written by: Mona Griffith “He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.” I must have read this 685 times, at least. I’m going to be completely honest; each time I read it before, I had this vague impression of the “secret place” as a place to […]

23 Apr

What Amount of Equipment Would I Need?

A few years ago I was sitting in a service at General Conference, when I began to feel a burden for church planters. It wasn’t like some celestial, booming, voice from heaven saying “Go Ye Unto The World” or anything. It was more like a sinking feeling in my chest, and a swelling in my […]