With the work of Robert Webber, Cherry Constance, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, and the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies, there has been an increase in popularity for understanding the church’s Sunday morning worship as follows:Read More »
Odds are many of our readers are familiar with the story of Jesus and Peter sitting near the edge of the water after breakfast when Jesus addresses Peter. Three times Jesus asks Peter, “Do you love me?” And three times Peter says “Yes, Lord, you know that I love you.” Jesus responds, “Feed my lambs”, “Tend my sheep”, and “Feed my sheep”.
What does this mean for worship leaders?Read More »
This time of year may just be the busiest time of year. Late Spring turn to Summer finds all sorts of events going on, from finals and graduations to weddings and vacations, it seems to all go down and at the same time. My wife and I have been no exception! As I sit down to write my first post in a few weeks, I thought that addressing worship leading during in the busy times would be appropriate.Read More »