1 on 1 Lessons and Discipleship

by Matthew Tims, owner/instructor at Coming Hour Working with individual musicians on your worship team is one of the most efficient and most underutilized ways to disciple those under your leadership. It can be more effective than the best-run rehearsal and can cultivate a deep level of trust with your...

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Worship Wars

I don’t love contemporary worship music. Never have. I tried liking it back in my early years of college—when I started taking Jesus seriously—because that seemed like the good Christian thing to do. But even the contemporary Christian artists that I could stomach better than others still couldn’t compete with my...

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A Lesson From Our Kids

I am a mom and a worship leader.  I am continually challenged in both areas and the topic of “children and worship” is close to my heart.  How do my children worship?  What can I learn from them? Is their worship a smaller version of my own ‘adult’ worship?  I...

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Singing Lies

Back in September of 2006, I was listening to Jason Upton teach on worship at the Lifelight Music Festival in Sioux Falls. He said something that day that has inspired The Psalms Project concept ever since: “Bono (of U2 fame) once said, ‘I don’t listen to Gospel music because it isn’t...

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