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Worship Life: The Singing and Dancing King

Humanly speaking, David fulfilled many roles, but among all his qualities and accomplishments, the one that stands out the most is his love of music.

The Deep Joy of Jazz

In studying the emergence of jazz, it is impossible to extricate the religious element without completely altering the history of its formation.

Summer Playlist

Between school letting out, vacation planning in full swing and countless music tours hitting the road, it’s officially time for some fun in the sun, enhanced all the more by the perfect playlist.

Psalm 7: A Country-Western Song of Praise?

The footnote in my Bible refers to Psalm 7 as a, "Wild passionate song." This makes me wonder if it might have been the Hebrew equivalent to our Country Westerns.

Worship CDs Aren't the Real Praise Music

Does God intend us to merely listen to music—or to sing ourselves? It’s much easier to pop a CD in the player.

Q&A with Christy Nockels

Dove Award-winning Christy Nockels (best known for her work with husband Nathan in Watermark) is back with Life Light Up, a solo effort and her first album bowing on sixsteps records.

What are we Singing: Reign in Us

I have never been able to read the works of King David or the history of his life without crying. Something about David simply moves me.

Embracing Change

My days go much better when I start with the Lord and heavy dose of caffeine. The problem arises when I find myself in a situation where I can't do either or both of these...

Worship: The Key to Drawing Near to God

If you could attend a first-century church gathering, I think you would say, "Wow, listen to how they speak to God! He seems so real to them! They seem to have such intimacy, such freedom, and such power!"

Magnify the Lord

Oh let us magnify the Lord, tell of His goodness, promote His faithfulness and tell of His wonderful acts of grace towards us.

Newsboys: The Way They Roll

In this exclusive newsboys interview, new front man Michael Tait, along with Jeff Frankenstein and Duncan Phillips, discuss the recent line-up changes, the new album (In the Hands of God) and the band’s new direction.

Ministry Matters: Great Worship Leaders

Whether you’re searching to hire one or trying to become one, there are essential skill-sets, essential soul-sets common in those who model and lead worship.

What are we Singing: Let it Rise

In the song Let it Rise, certain attributes are heralded to the Lord while others are sung to the King. The Lord and the King are the same, of course, but what makes one distinct from the other?

Words Matter

Taking Thoughts Captive

We cannot have a positive life with a negative mind, because Satan knows that if he can control our thoughts, then he can control our actions.

Story Behind the Song: The Afters' "Never Going Back to OK"

The idea actually began at one of our band rehearsals years ago. We were all hanging out after practice, and Brad [Wigg, guitars] asked how everyone liked the new Radiohead album, Hail to the Thief.

Story Behind the Song: Natalie Grant's "I Will Not Be Moved"

I remember exactly where I was when I wrote this song. I was reading the Bible and meditating on the Scripture from Psalms that says, "He will set your feet upon a rock and give you a firm place to stand."

What Are We Singing: Here I am to Worship

There are several instances in the Bible of God calling to the hearts of people and those people responding.

Edwards and Prayer

Worship in the Light of Eternity

Different styles of worship have arisen as a reaction against what could be called a high liturgy or a classical, traditional pattern of worship. Why has that reaction occurred?

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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