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My Tiny Worshipper

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My Tiny Worshipper

Becoming a mom is a humbling experience. Becoming a mom when you're a worship leader is a very PUBLIC humbling experience. Can you relate?

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Slowing It All Down

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Slowing It All Down

Fall is a strange season. I always feel like it’s a season of possibility and potential, and I love the flavor in the air of fresh starts...

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Stone Of Help

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Stone Of Help

Today, could we stop for a moment and consider how God is in control, remember how He always has been, and be reminded that the universe (thankfully) does not revolve around our efforts?

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Music Monday- Oh, but for Mercy

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Music Monday- Oh, but for Mercy

Over the past few weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time listening to Amanda Cook’s Brave New World album, released last fall. In particular, her song “Mercy” has been playing over and over in my head...

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Life Beyond Fear

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Life Beyond Fear

May we be leaders, worshippers, fellow humans who live in a way that is humble, quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry, because when we live this way, we let God’s perfect love cast out all our fear...

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Dear Worship Leader

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Dear Worship Leader

Dear Worship Leader, I believe God has an incredible hope and a future planned for YOU. It is bright. It is beautiful. It is unique to you and your gifting...

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Worship Leading In Every Season

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Worship Leading In Every Season

One of the strangest things for worship leaders is a long season off the platform. If you’ve been really involved in church, it feels uncomfortable, like you’re wearing a onesie to a formal wedding...

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When Spring Doesn't Feel Like A Fresh Start

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When Spring Doesn't Feel Like A Fresh Start

It’s officially spring! The end of March brings blooms of flowers and freshness in the air. It whispers in the fragrance of daffodils that winter is coming to an end. While that doesn’t mean much for Californians in terms of weather, I always look forward to the advent of springtime and the hope for what a new season might bring...

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