General Worship

Choirs in Modern Worship
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Oct 30, 2015
The trend is to get rid of the choir. They’re of no use, no significance, and certainly not relevant to what we need in modern worship right? This might be the assumption of many congregants and even worship leaders in o...
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How to Delegate the Right Way
By Anthony D. Coppedge - General Worship - June 25, 2015
The difference between delegating responsibility and giving away delegated authority is like eggs and ham: the chicken is involved; the pig is committed. It’s safe to say most of us have worked for a manager that used...
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Sacred Spaces
By Manuel Luz - General Worship - June 25, 2015
Ever thought about how the room you gather in on a Sunday morning is used? How is the stage set up? What is the focal point of the room? Where do the seats point, and what is the accessibility of the stage? What artistic...
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Simplicity or Complexity
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - May 03, 2015
Many worship leaders are quite perplexed at the troubled relationship between skill and artistic expression in the church. How much weight should be placed on skill in the context of corporate worship? This often depends...
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Theology of Change
By Manuel Luz - General Worship - April 01, 2015
A few years ago, I came home to find my teenage sons sitting with some friends around the dining room table, laughing hysterically at some books they were passing around. I knew something was up because when I entered th...
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Dying for Their Faith
By EXW Staff - General Worship - Feb 26, 2015
People are dying today for their faith. What are you doing? Is it hard to worship this day knowing that fellow believers, although not like us, across the oceans are being massacred? Dying for their faith? My heart b...
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Uninhibited Worship
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Feb 24, 2015
Many of us are familiar with the story of David dancing naked in 2 Samuel. While this may seem like a problem for many of us in the context of corporate worship, we must understand the heart behind this. David even said ...
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Excellence in Church Music Ministry
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Dec 18, 2014
Psalm 33:3 tells us to sing a new song to the Lord and to play skillfully. If we are not careful, we can abandon this calling; yes, it is indeed a calling, particularly for worship leaders. There is also a call many plac...
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Telling the Prodigal Story
By Manuel Luz - General Worship - Oct 06, 2014
In Imagine That, I made the argument that the world is full of redemption stories, and that we are, by nature, drawn to redemption stories. From “Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer” to “Finding Nemo,” from Homer’s Odyssey to...
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Introducing New Music
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - Sep 22, 2014
It is difficult to introduce new music to a church no matter what setting you are in. This is likely why many worship leaders try to avoid it altogether and resort to using only familiar music. New music is a crucial asp...
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