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Should I Be Writing Songs For My Church?

…as a testing ground for new music. The church is not a test audience. Our congregations deserve to sing the best-crafted and richest lyrical songs available to us, regardless of who wrote them. 2. Is there a lack of existing songs that work in your ministry? I remember David Crowder saying he began…

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Halls of Heaven | Seeking God’s Presence with Jesus Culture

The presence of God is the life line we absolutely need. His presence is the only thing that makes you feel safe, makes the hard times feel easier, and it is the only thing that can bring joy to your heart when the world says that there shouldn’t be any.  “Like a child we come running Through the…

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5 Questions for Bellarive's Sean Curran

…God creativity. The ones that stand the test of time seem to all have a unified heartbeat. For the Creator: They say thank you. They give Him glory and elevate His name and renown. For the creation: They help make us aware of the immediacy of His presence, and they remind us of His promises. We need…

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When You're Out of the Picture

…At first it may be to simply introduce one song, speak through one transition, or pray at one spot. The next week it might be to lead a set of songs or do the welcome and call to worship. Each time I work with the person leading up to that weekend to make sure we’re setting them up to succeed. If…

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Should I Be Writing Songs For My Church?

…as a testing ground for new music. The church is not a test audience. Our congregations deserve to sing the best-crafted and richest lyrical songs available to us, regardless of who wrote them. 2. Is there a lack of existing songs that work in your ministry? I remember David Crowder saying he began…

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