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Party

We’re gonna party, I can feel it down inside. Party, I was dead, now I’m alive. Gonna outshout the heavens now, Gonna sing loud and drown the sea out, Gonna celebrate the life I found, I’m found, I’m found. I was blind but now I see, I was lost but He rescued me, He saved the day and He set me free,…

Writer(s):  Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Louie Giglio

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Celebrate - Rend Collective

…are" Verse 2 Praise Him with your hands up Praise Him with your face down Praise Him with the trumpet Praise Him with a loud sound Heaven is a party, join the celebration Come on everybody Time to start daning! Chorus Bridge Sing it out loud, sing it out strong Sing it out loud, sing it out strong…

Writer(s):  Rend Collective

Should I Be Writing Songs For My Church?

…songwriter. Or, you may have a songwriting gift, but if you don’t work to develop it, you will never be better than average. Have an objective third party evaluate your songs and give you honest feedback. If songwriting isn’t your talent, don’t even think about making your church sing your songs.…

Should I Be Writing Songs For My Church?

…songwriter. Or, you may have a songwriting gift, but if you don't work to develop it, you will never be better than average. Have an objective third party evaluate your songs and give you honest feedback. If songwriting isn't your talent, don't even think about making your church sing your songs.…

3 Dangerous Assumptions for Worship Leaders

…My mind is running. My day has been rushed. My wife and I had an airing of grievances last night. My boss is a jerk. My kids have three birthday parties this afternoon. My doctor called on Friday. Don’t assume I’m ready to worship. We sing songs of sacrifice and surrender, songs that celebrate God’s…

A Need To Dance | Thoughts from Worship Central

“ I think in many ways the church has lost what it means to party, to really go for it, to have fun, and to dance. “ – Tim Hughes Lately, this is a thought that has been heard repeatedly within the church. The idea that modern worship is lacking an element of celebration. We seem to be missing out…

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