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  • "God be greater than the worries in my life,

    be stronger than the weakness in my mind, 

    be louder let your glory come alive,

    be magnified!"

  • Meredith Andrews had a chance to speak with Kay Warren about how to go DEEPER in this season of life as a mother and wife.  "Every season has limitations and opportunities... be patient with the limitations and grateful for the opportunities."  

  • Meredith Andrews recently had a chance to sit down and speak with Kay Warren about how "brokeness" can lead us into a deeper relationship with the Lord.

  • Psalm 121, 1 Timothy 1:17

    "Jacob and I went to see The Hobbit in the theater when it came out. There is a scene in the movie when the dwarves are doing battle and they’re alone and then a dwarf comes riding in and declares ‘To the king!’ and it was a really epic moment. Jacob immediately had a song idea around the phrase ‘To the king! I look to the king’ which has become a sort of war cry for us. Our eyes are on God, the king eternal. If we fix our eyes God, we are winning. We had the chorus for a long time and collaborated with Matt Maher to round out the song." -Meredith Andrews.  

  • For the longest time this song was buried under a pile of our demos, until one day I stumbled back over it, or rather it stumbled over me because I heard it in a whole new and important way. Some songs have to wait for their time and It struck me that with everything going on in the world right now, we need to be reminded of God’s wild love for us all!

    When we actually allow ourselves to experience this love it changes the way we see ourselves and also those around us. We begin to see people less for there differences and more for their sameness....the sameness that states we are ALL fearfully and wonderfully made and wildly loved by our Creator. This immense love will heal our hearts, eyes, hands and feet if we'll let it! Read more here

  • We have been blown away at the songs coming forth through Darren of We Are Messengers. A recent song he wrote, "My Victory", was recorded by David Crowder for the latest Passion album and will certainly be a staple in church gatherings for years to come. We are honored to offer this chord chart for FREE. Get it now here: http://www.wordworship.com/songs/my-victory

  • Zealand Worship took some time to share some more accessible versions of two recently released songs from their project, The EP.  

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    Worship. This one word in today’s church culture holds massive connotations. We’ve heard it said over and over again that worship doesn’t equal music and music doesn’t equal worship.

    The reality is, for better or worse, we have created a whole sub-culture of Christian music and have labeled it “Worship.” Whichever side of the fence you fall on, it’s important that we think about the place of music in the church, lest history repeat itself again.

    A significant turning point in my life occurred when I traveled to Jamaica to help lead worship alongside a missionary team. With my acoustic guitar, I played many contemporary songs that were very well known back in the United States.

  • This is my Papaw's music briefcase. It represents everything that he was as a lay worship leader (or songleader as his Nazarene church would've called it). I remember visiting his church as a little boy and seeing him on the platform, waving his arms to conduct the congregation as they sang hymns out of the hymn book. 


    As I have thought about what we do as worship leaders, I'm becoming more & more convinced that the whole old school idea of conducting (the concept, not the arm waving) is exactly what we need to be thinking about in the how and why of what we do with the music part of our worship...

  • "Creator, Keeper, Life-breather
    Your name is greater than anything I face
    Sustainer, Savior, Stronghold breaker
    Your name is greater than anything I face"

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