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3 Dangerous Assumptions for Worship Leaders

…the Crowd is Ready to Worship This, for me, is the easiest trap to fall into. I’ve led worship with this assumption far too many times than I’m willing to admit 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…

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The Heart Of Worship - Passion

Verse 1 When the music fades, all is stripped away And I simply come Longing just to bring something that's of worth That will bless Your heart Pre-Chorus I'll bring You more than a song For a song in itself is not what You have required You search much deeper within Through the way things appear…

Writer(s):  Matt Redman
Writer(s):  Matt Redman
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Housefires

Housefires is a communal worship expression based out of Atlanta, Georgia with equal desire to elevate the songs that are sung in ordinary houses and write anthems for the gathered church worldwide.  Worship has never simply been an individual experience, but always a communal invitation to bring…

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Laura Story

…some simply beautiful to behold. Leaning solely on her faith in the sovereignty of God, Story has learned that no matter what comes around the next bend, it's going to be an incredible view. There’s no denying some of the blessings in Laura Story’s life. She wrote the No. 1 worship hit…

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When You're Out of the Picture

…out to achieve this. * Co-lead with them. When I’m developing a new worship leader, I schedule them for a couple Sundays in a row or maybe three Sundays out of four and ask them to co-lead with me. At first it may be to simply introduce one song, speak through one transition, or pray at one spot.…

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|| Nothing Else || Cody Carnes

…is sometimes wrongly considered in a negative context (at least it was for me), and I learned it’s one of the greatest gifts God gives us. Put simply, repentance is making a 180-degree turn, and I love how Romans 2:4 (TPT) describes it in the context of our relationship with God… “Do the riches…

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