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Music in Worship


We are all created in the image of our creative God. Kory Pence shares 6 ways to incorporate creativity and art into the worship service.

Are you looking for ideas to make this Lent's worship services memorable for your congregation? Patrick Bourckel shares ways to implement different types of fasting.

Worship Design Collective's authors come together to help you plan your Lenten services. Today, they share the best visual Lent reflections they have used in a worship setting.

Lent is right around the corner. Elizabeth Rhyno shares a tried and true order of worship for Ash Wednesday.

What could we possibly get from some ancient practice like chanting? Daniel Rickman-Gibbens shares 6 reasons chanting Scripture or liturgy in worship is good for you.

Even non-traditional churches can benefit from worshiping with the church calendar. Emily Barlow shares how to celebrate the season of Lent.

Is it really beneficial to sing the Psalms? Patrick Bourckel shares an interview with Wendell Kimbrough.

Joy to the world! Jonathan Powers shares a reflection for the Advent season.

Do you really know the significance of Advent? Matthew Sigler shares why Advent is a part of the church calendar you should not skip over.

Worship Leaders are more than just the person who chooses the song and plays it with a band. Daniel Rife shares some of the things good worship leaders do to turn a song from music to worship.

Are you trying to find good songs for kids to sing? Emily Barlow shares some tips for choosing the best!

Are you looking for a way to support and encourage creativity discipleship in the church? Uday Balasundaram shares with us about the Order of Bezalel.

Have you struggled with taking your songwriting from the realm of private worship to the public sphere? Jenn Petersen provides some helpful tips for making the transition.

It can make a world of difference in your worship service to use various kinds of instruments. Daniel Rife tells us why.