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playTo Be Like You

Writer(s): Brooke Ligertwood, Matt Crocker

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playScandal Of Grace

Writer(s): Joel Houston, Matt Crocker

Choosing Songs for Your Setlist | Worship Together

to lead people into the message by using the topic of each song to build on the previous song. By the time you get to your last song, you want to have everyone focused on the topic of the pastor’s message. 2. Be creative. Don’t be afraid to

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playGod Of This City

Writer(s): Aaron Boyd, Peter Comfort, Richard Bleakley, Peter Kernaghan, Andrew Mccann, Ian Jordan

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playWay I Was Made, The

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

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playNo One Like You

Writer(s): David Crowder, Mike Dodson, Jason Solley, Mike Hogan, Jeremy Bush, Jack Parker

When You're Out of the Picture | Worship Together

…leading up to that weekend to make sure we’re setting them up to succeed. If there is no culture of equipping at your church, you can forget about your teams being prepared for you to be gone – either in an emergency situation like sickness or…

What If Your Church Couldn't Pay You? | Worship Together

be a noticeable difference in the quality of the worship? This question has generated much discussion here on the blog. Many of you have commented with strong opinions on the idea of getting paid to lead worship or any other type of ministry. Seems like

Don't Become Shark Bait | Worship Together

…relationships. We should be accessible and willing to make ourselves vulnerable to those we look up to and to those we are leading. No one likes someone who they can’t relate to or that they feel like is hiding something from them. By being unapproachable, we…

Church Gear Swiping | Worship Together

…anymore. Comforting to see there are just ppol like them haha * Tim @ Friends October 9, 2013 at 9:08 am I could only imagine this being written “tongue-in-cheek.” We experience this problem weekly, and it can be a frustrating thing to deal with. Regardless…

Song Transitions and Flow | Worship Together

to stay in the same key. If the next song starts with a specific instrument, I will try to find a way to end the previous song so that musician has time to come in almost immediately with the next song. When transitioning like this, you just have to be

Engaging Your Church in Worship - The Art of Disappearing | Worship Together

…it looks like to worship (hint: it’s different for everyone). 4. Exhortation. At times people just need to be encouraged or reminded to worship. This can be as simple as saying, “Let me hear everyone sing this!” Or maybe you sing through…