I’m teaching Introduction to Congregational Song this semester at TMU. This week we focused on New Testament Congregational Song. I’m reminded again that as we come to the Father through Jesus the Son, we no longer have to depend on a high priest to… Continue Reading “How Should New Testament Worshipers Worship?”
Being a firm believer that all ages should be engaged in serving the Lord in music ministry, finding ways during a pandemic has been challenging. Since March, our church like virtually all others, has had to adapt to the ever changing challenges of providing… Continue Reading “Resuming Choir Rehearsals During a Pandemic- How we’ve done it.”
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About a year ago, I had a conversation with a church member who, among other things, wanted to know how and why I chose the songs for worship here at our church. I asked more specific questions such as: what are some of your… Continue Reading “Familiarity is the Key to Selecting Songs for Worship”
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.