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Have you ever played that game, Mad Gabs? The challenge of the game is to figure out what the popular phrase is by sounding out unrelated words.
For instance: Miss Turn High Sky = Mister Nice Guy.
Well, we thought it would be fun to put together a few Mad Gabs of our own from the CCLI list of the current top 50 worship songs in the US. Try to figure out these song titles without consulting the list. Continue Reading…
I want to introduce you to a new resource available for worship leaders and visual worshipers. It’s called The Worship Media Handbook. It’s a fantastic guide to worship/lyric slides in a modern worship service. It talks about typography, good layout, design theory, editing principles, and presentation.
“Forever” by Brian Johnson, Kari Jobe, Jenn Johnson, Gabriel Wilson, Joel Taylor, and Christa Black Gifford
Why Your Church Should Do This Song
This will be such a powerful song for your Easter services…and a great keeper for the rest of the year too.
The moon and stars they wept
The morning sun was dead
The Savior of the world was fallen
His body on the cross
His blood poured out for us
The weight of every curse upon Him Continue Reading…
I’m not going to lie. Getting to play my instrument and sing in front of people is pretty sweet. And getting to count that as ministry is so much sweeter. There’s definitely not much more satisfying that seeing people in the congregation pour their hearts out to God and knowing you were part of that.
But what about the other sweet benefits of being a worship leader? We thought it would be fun to put together a tongue-in-cheek list of seven other reasons it’s great to be a worship leader. Enjoy!
1. Creative job titles.
There aren’t many jobs that let you come up with your own crazy title. But since “worship leader” is such a cliché title, jobs like Sonic Architect and Worship Cultural Attaché are totally fine. Continue Reading…