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Category: worship

Sneak Peek of My Latest Project

I have an exciting opportunity to throw your way today. But first, a bit of the back story (or, you can just scroll to the bottom and read about the sneak preview). It seems I’m consistently having conversations with worship pastors and individuals who help lead worship at their local church, and ultimately these conversations […]


Category: worship

My Frustration with Sunday Morning Worship

I’ve been leading worship for about a decade on a week to week basis. Over half of that time the worship leading has been part of my vocation and calling as a pastor. During this time of leadership I have advocated for and led what are often called contemporary worship songs. I often think of it […]


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Do You Need to Feel It to Lead It?

The most common comment I get as a pastor and worship leader is, “I don’t know how you get up in front of people week after week, having something meaningful to say or lead with.” I usually respond in a way that catches people off guard. “Well, I don’t. I can’t.” Yes, it’s true sometimes […]


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When My Church Teaches Me About Worship

6 months ago a woman in her seventies at my church stopped me in the lobby at the end of the morning gatherings. She had tears in her eyes, as she usually does. My dad says people get softer as they get older. She’s a great example of that. “Tyler, I have to tell you. […]


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The Never Ending Melody

Note from Tyler: Today’s post is from a great musician and worship pastor (and writer as you’ll see), John Tibbs. John just recently released an album that is available for free. Having listened through it several times myself, this is one you don’t want to miss. I hope you enjoy this post where John dives […]


Category: worship

Disagreement is Better than Apathy

On Monday we talked about worship wars. Between the comments on the post and the many comments I received on Twitter, it is safe to say a lot of people disagreed with my overall premise of the “worship wars” not being a bad thing for the church. Rather, I argued, they are needed in order […]


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