Lead Worship

Here are our featured resources for leading worship:

DocumentWorship Coordinators: Lead, learn, and let go
Today’s worship coordinators do far more than sing into a microphone. They lead congregations to broader, deeper worship. A feature story exploring how today’s worship leaders can lead, learn and let go.

DocumentNeal Plantinga on Spiritual Preparation for Those Who Lead Worship
Those who lead worship must be people who have been born again by the Spirit of God, and therefore show forth some of the fruit of the Spirit—love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, and self-control.

DocumentSimon Chan on the Life of the Holy Spirit in the Church
Simon Chan says that bad worship produces bad theology, which leads to an unhealthy church. That’s why he suggests that churches make more room for the Holy Spirit to work in worship. A feature story exploring the life of the Holy Spirit in the Church.

DocumentDoes Your Church Have a Worship Pastor Yet?
Now that so many churches are advertising for worship pastors, Calvin Theological Seminary has introduced a Master of Arts in Worship program. A feature story on the unique and important role of the Worship Pastor.

DocumentPablo Sosa on Congregational Singing
Songs put words in people’s mouths, knowledge in their bones, and conviction about whose voice counts. Songs shape how a worshiping community lives out its faith. A feature story exploring the importance of congregational singing.

DocumentPlanning Great High School Chapels
As Christian school families are learning from their kids and grandkids, high school chapel services are a lot different than they used to be–and often more appreciated as well. A feature story exploring High School Chapels.