Lessons for Life by Way of Heart Surgery

Lessons for Life by Way of Heart Surgery

Leading up to about three months ago, I was in pretty good health (or so I thought).  Like most fifty-something year old men, I was working during the day and spending time with my family in the evenings—good old, normal life things.  Then, in the span of just a few weeks, I went from “normal […]

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The Power of the Unexpected Touch

The Power of the Unexpected Touch

Do you remember the last time God unexpectedly touched you? We all desire for His presence in our lives daily. But sometimes, He chooses an unexpected moment or an unusual circumstance to really reach us deeply. One of those times happened to me in December of last year. I was deeply stressed out about a […]

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5 Ways to Equip Yourself for Ministry

5 Ways to Equip Yourself for Ministry

Being a music minister can be draining. So many of our days are spent pouring ourselves out 
to others — with our time, our talents, and our focused attention. As choir directors and worship leaders, we must take time to nurture and care for our faith in Christ. Here are five ways we can equip […]

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5 Ways to Equip Yourself for Ministry

5 Ways to Equip Yourself for Ministry

By Johnson Roberts Being in ministry can be draining. So many of our days are spent pouring ourselves out to others—with our time, our talents, and our focused attention. As Christians, we must remember that we can only pour out so much before our spiritual well runs dry. Jesus tells us that whoever believes in Him […]

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10 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Choir Experience

10 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Choir Experience

The almighty church choir. It’s your mid-week refuge from the stresses of the week, your second family, and the thing that makes you rush out the door on Sunday morning. It provides an outlet for those who feel called to sing and lead in worship and draws the congregation to join in. Whether you’ve been […]

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