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What Does the Future Hold for Worship?

Check out my guest posting at Sharefaith.com. In talking to our worship students here at Cedarville University, I believe that there are five trends in worship music for the future. Would love to have your comments here or . . . → Read More: What Does the Future Hold for Worship?

“Less is More” in Practice

We have had some great comments about the first post “Less is More” on both this site and a sister site worshipchat.com. Some of them stole my thunder on what I wanted to share in part 2 of this post. In the first post, I wanted to share the principle of less is more, . . . → Read More: “Less is More” in Practice

Less = More

When I was in second or third grade, I flunked my first math assignment ever. It was an assignment on placing “greater than” or “less than” signs in equations. I was really good at math, but I missed every single problem. I was devastated. The good news was that it was easily fixed. . . . → Read More: Less = More

Secular artists, current styles and worship music

We had Lincoln Brewster on campus last semester and during our lunch conversation, we got off on worship styles. I was asking him about trends he was seeing on the West Coast, and we talked about how worship music is impacted by music of our culture. We also discussed how we typically are stylistically . . . → Read More: Secular artists, current styles and worship music

Christmas iMusic

Check out this fun video from North Point Community Church in Atlanta.

Not sure exactly what I think about future of iBands, but I think this is fun! Below are the apps being used that someone posted on Youtube in case they roll off the comment page.

Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree:

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I don’t have time to maintain any regrets

A review of “How He Loves” by John Mark McMillan – Part 3

In my previous posts, I sought to find some positive things as well as some critical things to say about this song. In “In Praise of a Sloppy Wet Kiss” I shared a video of the songwriter sharing about the song. . . . → Read More: I don’t have time to maintain any regrets

Blogs like a hurricane, the song is a tree

A review of “How He Loves” by John Mark McMillan – Part 2

Ok, in my last post I shared some positive things about the song.

First, let me say that my goal here is not to be critical of someone, or even necessarily of someone’s creative work. I am trying to think . . . → Read More: Blogs like a hurricane, the song is a tree

In praise of a sloppy wet kiss

A review of “How He Loves” by John Mark McMillan – Part 1

I have had numerous people asking me about the song, and have shared in many interesting conversations about it. I would like to spend this post talking about some things I appreciate about this song.

1. The Chorus I love the . . . → Read More: In praise of a sloppy wet kiss

A Friday Funny

Saw this posted on someone’s Facebook wall today.

3 year old conducts fourth movement of Beethoven’s Fifth.

Make yourself watch the whole thing.  Totally worth it. Really.

Ok – if you find yourself in a hurry make sure to watch from 3:23 forward.

I love this!  This kid looks like he is having a . . . → Read More: A Friday Funny