Selah

dictionary.com selah [see-luh, sel-uh] noun an expression occurring frequently in the Psalms, thought to be a liturgical or musical direction, probably a direction by the leader to raise the voice or perhaps an indication of a pause.

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Pursuing Excellence

Rather than giving specific instructions or keys to success, I want to invite you to reflect and prayerfully consider what it looks like for you to pursue excellence, whether in worship leadership or anything else. Maybe you’ve already figured this out, but I encourage you to lay that aside for...

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Lessons on Worship Leading from 1 Timothy

When thinking of worship-leading “coaches” from Scripture, we’re more often inclined to think of David than of Paul. After all, David was a skilled musician who wrote history’s most influential worship songs (the Psalms) and arranged the 24/7 tabernacle worship. There is certainly much to learn from David’s life, his...

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Rebuking Skeletons

Skeletons have been on my mind lately. I’ve been doing a lot of intentional prayer and reflection into the narrative I’m a part of in God’s story, and many things have surfaced, both good and bad. As the Lord reveals things in our life, past and present, we should confess...

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