Where Did August Go?

It’s late, 1:12 AM on Sunday 8/31/14 to be exact. I’m a late-night guy, my mind tends to be creative after everybody else has gone to bed. In a few hours I will lead worship with some new friends at Mercy Road Church in Appleton, WI. Next week, September 7, 2014,  is our official start date with MRC; I […]

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Headed For A Crash?

There’s a recent blog that’s been getting some traction lately. It’s titled “Are We Headed For A Crash? Reflections On The Current State of Evangelical Worship.”  Here’s an excerpt from the blog that captured the main point of the author: …I picked up on a common theme. It’s been growing over the last few decades. And […]

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Serving Is Worship

I wrote the following article for our church’s winter 2011 newsletter.  -PB ————————————————————————————————————- I’d like to address and area of serving and worship that I’ve struggled with over the years. Here’s the question: “As a worship leader should I be focused on being a worshiper on the platform or should I be the leader?” Some […]

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What Do You Want From A Worship Service?

www.worshipministry.com by Steve Parkes on July 20, 2011 Have you ever had one of those meetings where you evaluate how effectively the worship team accomplishes its purpose? Maybe it’s not a formal meeting. Maybe it’s just comments made at the end of a service. However it takes place the purpose   usually revolves around discussions of what […]

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Who Is Responsible For Worship?

My friend, Aaron Franklin, posted this article on his blog today. I thought it was excellent and want to also share it with my readers.  -B. —————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Who Is Responsible For Worship? The following article was originally posted by Rob Rash, a worship pastor from the great state of Missouri. If you are a worship leader […]

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