"Well, if we must be honest... so I looked up the word "farascue", which was a purely made-up word signifying some highly technical part of the brain - and found it to be an actual word, from a scholarly article about an Anglo-Saxon…"
"I'll open my response by noting that for 56 of my 68 years on the earth, I have been a worship leader of some sort, and for over 45 of them I have been paid, ranging from a ten-dollar check to full-time service as a credentialed minister and…"
The title of worship leader does not appear in Ephesians 4. There is no list of character traits as there are for Elders and Deacons. There is evidence of people leading worship in the bible, so what is important. We have now the role of "Worship Leader" or "Worship Pastor" in many churches. A role with authority and responsibility. What should be looking for in the people who lead us in worship? What is the most important trait?My answer is humility. Here's why.Who was the first worship…See More
"An old thread, but my 2p worth.
Let's start with the fundamental of why we sing together.
Personally I believe that it is a way of many people coming together with a single thought. We clearly see in the Bible where people came together to sing…"
I'm not a theologian, but I though I'd contribute to this.
Firstly, when we believed and asked Jesus to forgive our sins. He did. Our sin has been dealt with at the cross. Jesus cried "It is finished" not…"
I recognise many of the points you raise here. I too started on the Pa desk many moons ago and now freelance as a sound engineer as well as being a worship leader.
The first point I would raise is that you need to be full of grace and…"
Hi! Been reading your discussions/comments on WTR. Just wanted to say I appreciate what you wrote, especially on salvation and sanctification. Just wondering, have you ever heard any sermons by Paul Washer (from the US) ?