Hope is a powerful word. You may have used it, like me, once or twice in the past week. You may have said, “I hope I can meet my bills this month,” or “I hope I can see that concert,” or “I hope you remembered
(Part 3 in the Worship White Noise blog series) I admit at the outset of this book, that I am one of those who is both immersed in, and enamored with, the riches of faith displayed in and through contemporary worship music. I lead it. I write
(Part 2 in the Worship White Noise blog series) Like you, I care about many things. For my part, I have realized that for over 25 years of my life one of the things I care about most is worship. I cry when I talk about it.
(Part 1 in the Worship White Noise series) I remember the moments in the back stairway, behind the sanctuary, like they were yesterday. Clothed in a black robe and with a shimmering white collar, I knew I was in my element the moment I first walked
Worship White Noise is a call for change. A profound biblical vision of a life at worship has been shrunk to the size of music and church services – and 7 worship culture shapers can change it. Could a transformed vision of worship enable the