This is one of those articles that afterward, you realize you already do these things but that categorizing your activities in this way may benefit your leadership. Using this model to categorize worship or liturgical leadership offers a neat and tidy way to think through the leadership process. This is the “3P” model of worship leadership.Read More »
I thought I would write a quick post on two kinds of mistakes that can occur when leading worship, as the topic of how to handle incidents during public worship has come up in several conversations I have had recently, both at school and at church.
The first kind of mistake is the one that everyone knows about.Read More »
It does not happen often, but occasionally I have lots to say and nothing to write. Everything continues to shift around in my head as I continue to grapple with Church life, especially her worship (leitourgia, or liturgy). I wrestle to understand her worship history, theology, and what it means to be people of rhythms. I struggle to understand the relationship between her worship and culture.
But I do this with purpose.Read More »