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What characteristics do worship leaders share with the friends of the paralytic man in Luke 5? Emily Vermilya shares the passion and motivation of a worship leader.

We often assume that people know things, but sometimes they are afraid to ask. Emily Barlow shares why we should define what Easter actually is during the worship service.

Interruptions are often annoying and unwanted. Silverio Sanchez shares why an interruption from the normal can actually be beneficial and provides two tangible ways you can let the Holy Spirit move this Lent.

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.

We always think of pastors as shepherds. Rob Still shares why worship leaders are shepherds as well.

What do worship and protest have in common? Adam Kurihara reflects on recent political protest and activism in light of Christian faith.

Are you searching for ways to engage people for the gospel via social media? Kory Pence has some advice.

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

What are the best books for worship leaders to read? Rob Still weighs in.

What doesn it mean to be without a home? Uday Balasundaram shares a look at Christmastide from the eyes of homelessness and tells a story of overcoming.

Would you worship during a funeral? Jonathan Powers shares why worship is important, even at the most solemn of services.