A guest post on everything you wanted to know about audio quality and live-streamed/recorded church worship services.
While sheltering in place, churches can use technology to continue to lead worship, providing essential spiritual health in this time of fear.
When lockdowns lead to Live-streaming.
A modern rewrite of the ancient hymn is perhaps appropriate in the Reformation spirit.
Sitting closer to people in your pew makes you more attentive to one another, but that proximity also helps churches turn their diversity outward towards a common mission.
A sample lesson for a Sunday School class that examines the hymnody in a sample worship service and how many different “types” of resurrection is in a single worship service! Includes discussion, examples, and takeaways.
When we choose to be knit together, what do we say? Do all churches in a denomination need to say the same thing precisely?
Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of hanging out with a church planter who does lots of missional church behind-the-scenes work: getting to know the community, the people, the needs, and the aspirations…and allowing those factors to dictate what the church looks like. And what she told me shocked me. She told me of […]
It’s no secret to readers of this blog and my clergy colleagues that I really don’t like contemporary praise and worship music. But I do appreciate self-deprecating humor and ones that point out the tendency of praise music to praise one’s self or become performance rather than praise. So here’s a video for you that if you […]
I love church bulletins that put as much information in them so that I have something to read during service. One section that I find in many churches is the Year To Date report on the giving to the church. For instance, in October the section shows $250k given of $280k expected…a subtle hint to […]