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You're The One

…The mention of Your name And I know I know I found love 'Cause You're the one Mm You're the one You're the one You're the one 2005 songs (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) sixsteps Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) Alletrop Music (Admin. by Music Services)

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


I Come To The Cross

…1 Your arms are open You call me by name You welcome this child That was lost You paid the price For my guilt And my shame Jesus I come Jesus I come Jesus I come to the cross 1996 Maranatha Praise, Inc. (Admin. by Music Services) Meadowgreen Music Company (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing)

Writer(s):  Bill Batstone, Bob Somma


Way I Was Made, The

…Made to discover who You are And who I am All I've forgotten help me to find All that You've promised let it be in my life 2004 songs (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) Alletrop Music (Admin. by Music Services) sixsteps Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing)

Writer(s):  Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves


Sit With You Awhile

…who died in my place I want to sit with You awhile And live in this moment (Repeat Pre-Chorus & Chorus) © 2008 Emack Music / Meadowgreen Music Company / Sarah Kelly Music (Admin. by / Rotten Banana Music (Admin. by Music Services, Inc.) All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Writer(s):  Mitchel Dane Goskie, Sarah Kelly

A Need To Dance | Thoughts from Worship Central

…the weight of his tangible presence. Those serious elements of worship are of no less value but, how often are we dancing and celebrating during service in church? "I'm alive in the Love that You give me Free to dance once again You will lead me from glory to glory Jesus, You made a way” Worship is…

3 Dangerous Assumptions for Worship Leaders

…but I’ve also been on the other side where I’m part of the congregation where the worship leader simply assumed from the very beginning of the service that I and the rest of the crowd were ready to worship. Sure, I’ve shown up to church. I’m in my seat. I saw the countdown video. I heard your…

Free "Good Good Father" Lyric Video

…video download for Tomlin’s ‘Good Good Father’. A perfect edition to your service this coming Sunday or any other time! The lyric video is an awesome resource to use during a special or creative moment in your service(s).  For those on mobile - you will need to download this video on your desktop.…

Adding New Songs To A Set List

…new material. If you’re introducing a hymn, however, the opposite may be true 2. Don’t overload: Generally, don’t add more than one new song in a service. It’s just going to be more than everyone can chew. On the same note, don’t do a new song every week or even every other week. You want to keep…

How Chris McClarney Avoids the Pitfall of Perfection

…shows how many of us are scrambling to fill our setlist before Sunday morning. We all know that there is never enough time to plan for our services, so when I talk with worship pastors, I like to ask them how they plan their week. On this week’s podcast, we talk to our good friend Chris McClarney.…

Father's Day Set List

…presents the gospel in such a clear and beautiful way, there are few songs that set up a time of teaching or reflection better. Depending on your service structure, use this song either as your last song before the sermon, as an invitation song, or as a worship moment toward the end of your service.

When You're Out of the Picture

…rehearsal, I walk through our Sunday service with our team and let them know what kind of experience we are trying to create and if we are going to be calling for a certain response. They begin to see why I’ve chosen certain songs or how I’ve laid the service out to achieve this. * Co-lead with…

4 Thoughts on Presentation vs Performance

…presentation and performance, humbleness and showiness, reverent yet engaging. There are a hundred words to describe the point where a worship service crosses our proverbial red line. In many ways our creativity is at war with our conscience. To aggravate things, musicians and techs are often called…