Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Role of Music in Global Missions: 10 Reasons Why We Need Musicians to Take the Gospel to the Nations

I’m currently reading K.P. Yohannan’s Revolution in World Missions, (get it free here). He has seen phenomenal results throughout Asia in taking the gospel to villages through national missionaries who are literally willing to sacrifice everything for the sake of … Continue reading

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Phil’s Top Ten Lists: 10 Reasons Why Every Worship Leader Should Play or Sing Outside His/Her Church

This week I’ve been playing in the pit orchestra for CYT Wichita’s production of Cinderella Enchanted next week. My participation has reminded me of some sage advice I received from Wade Williams of Perimeter Church in Atlanta. He encouraged me … Continue reading

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The Drama of Worship: 5 Ways to Improve Your Gospel Storytelling in Worship

Why do our children find themselves bored in our worship services? Is it because we don’t have enough cool videos or tantalizing children’s sermons? No. It’s because we’ve lost the art of storytelling. Children love to hear and watch great … Continue reading

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