Recently I received the following message from an email subscriber. He is enjoying my service “Worship Song Of The Week“, but he says some of the songs wouldn’t work in his church. Here’s his comment, and my response. I like the song you shared in the latest Worship Song Of The Week email (Love So Great […]
“They were all singing every word at the top of their lungs and I was thinking, “This is how it should be all the time.”
It’s much better to plan for continued excellence than for a one-off production.
John Chisum is no stranger to worship leading. He has served in worship pastor roles in multiple 2000+ member churches as well as traveled the world teaching and leading in worship. John is also a songwriting legend. He has published more than 400 songs, some of which have been performed and recorded by greats like Ron
Bono of the world-famous band U2 has not been very nice to worship leaders. Not intentionally of course. But one of his trademarks is to start a song in a middle range then sing the same melody an entire octave higher. Which is great if you’re Bono. The problem comes when worship leaders and worship songwriters attempt the
Worship leader job posting just received by Worship Deeper: FBC McComb is in search of a spirit filled worship pastor. I am collecting resumes for the search committee. Michele Hartz First Baptist Church McComb, Mississippi 1700 Delaware Ave. http://fbcmccomb.com/worship/ Leave a message about your interest for this job. See my contact page. It sounds like