Glory to the newborn King!
Come thou long expected Jesus, born to set thy people free.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to thee, O Israel.
This is Christ the King, whom shepherds guard and Angels sing.
An instrumental Christmas worship video
Since German is my first language, and since I grew up hearing this hymn from my parents first in German, I wanted to attempt a fresh version that might clarify a few obscure spots in the English text.
As worship leaders, what we believe about God must always determine how we lead our churches.
“Come behold the wondrous mystery in the dawning of the King.” Matt Boswell sings with Boyce College in this new worship video.
Three syllables is all you have to remember, read, pray, sing. Read the Bible, pray together and sing together.
Listening to sermons online is generally a good thing but when it takes the place of gathering with God’s people to hear God’s Word in person much of what God intended for our growth as followers of Jesus gets lost.
Leading a task that engages a holy God with such eternal implications should not be handled lightly.
You don’t want to be the sort of worship leader who makes yourself the central reference point in every situation. As a worship leader or worship pastor, you must look past yourself and remember that you serve Christ and his church.
Worship is the purpose for which we were made — and only the redeemed can worship the Father in spirit and in truth.