Posts Tagged ‘Worship Leader’
The other day I was talking with a friend who said, “My favorite part of worship is when the drums build into an exciting climax.” This is not an unfamiliar statement. I’ve heard similar comments like this before — you may have too. I love my friend and know he loves Jesus, but whenever I hear comments like this concerning worship it vexes my spirit.
Don’t misunderstand me. I love music. I love musical dynamics. In fact, music isn’t musical without dynamics. I believe God made us emotional beings. I believe that to strip ourselves of emotions when we worship God devalues who God created us to be. (Everything in balance of course.)Continue Reading 1 Comment
A great man died last week. His name was John. I knew him for 8 years, but I never really got the chance to know him. While listening to his eulogy at his memorial service I realized what an interesting life he led. I also realized the opportunity I missed by not getting to know him better. It’s funny how listening to a eulogy can help you understand how easy it is to misread a person — and then it’s too late.Continue Reading No Comments
This is one of my favorite stories to share and definitely a top 3 most embarrassing worship leading moment — of which there are plenty!Continue Reading No Comments