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playBlessed Be Your Name

Writer(s): Matt Redman, Beth Redman

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playSay Amen

Writer(s): Blake Neesmith, Jason Cox, Kenna West, Michael Farren

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playSavior King

Writer(s): Marty Sampson, Mia Fieldes

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playWe Could Change The World

Writer(s): Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin, Jason Ingram

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playSay, Say

Writer(s): Chris Tomlin, Kristian Stanfill, Christy Nockels

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playGreat Is The Lord

Writer(s): Ed Cash, Tim Neufeld, Douglas Kaine Mckelvey

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playLord You Are Good (Holy In Your Sanctuary)

Writer(s): Anthony Skinner, Ross Huskinson, Scott Macleod

What Do Your Songs Say? | Worship Together

…without really thinking about what you are saying. I’m guilty! This danger is always present when we sing in worship. Sometimes the crafty melody hijacks our senses and we disengage with what we are saying. There’s also the danger of putting a really…

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playShout Your Fame

Writer(s): Jonas Myrin, Gio Galanti, Natasha Myrin, Paul Nevison

Leadership

….” Or I’ve heard people say they won’t use tracks during worship because it limits there spontaneity. Let’s think this through. There is nothing spiritual or unspiritual about making a plan. In fact, Proverbs 16:3 says “Commit to the Lord whatever…

Jimi Williams • at Worship Together

….” Or I’ve heard people say they won’t use tracks during worship because it limits there spontaneity. Let’s think this through. There is nothing spiritual or unspiritual about making a plan. In fact, Proverbs 16:3 says “Commit to the Lord whatever…

3 Dangerous Assumptions for Worship Leaders | Worship Together

…appeared on Chris Vacher’s blog, Chris from Canada. It is used here by permission. Please be sure and stop by his blog to say, “Hi!” Worship leaders, in general, are artists. Artists, in general, tend to be emotionally invested in their own situation…