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Posts from the ‘Worship Planning’ Category

29
May
Bible

If the Bible Is Foundational to Worship…Why Aren’t We Using It?

As I have opportunity to worship in churches around the state, I have noticed a disturbing trend. We call ourselves “People of the Word,” and indeed lift up the importance of God’s Word, yet so often, our services are void of public readings of the Bible in worship. My friend and counterpart from the Kansa-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists, David Manner, offers some excellent commentary on this: Read more »

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8
May
WorshipPlanning

New Partnership with WorshipPlanning.com Announced

Last week, I described the need for a detailed worship plan. In the past, I have produced such a plan with a word processor or spreadsheet. While this is very clear for the recipients, it can be labor intensive. Further, there is still the need to find the correct music for each band member, making sure everyone has the right arrangement and the correct key. Much time is expended from the time you begin to put the plan down on paper until you have everything ready to roll for rehearsal. There is a better way for many churches. Read more »

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24
Apr
worshipPLAN

Planning the Worship Experience

A goal of worship leaders is to identify and eliminate as many distractions as possible, so that through the medium of music we can create an environment that makes it easy for people to connect with God. Here are some ideas that will help you in planning worship experiences for your church. Read more »

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