Oil and water, obviously, will never mix. I have come to the same conclusion in these recent years of music ministry: that contemporary and traditional worship never mix -- well.
Many worship leaders fail miserably in the management of their allotted time.
The ever-growing use of communication technology has implications for churches, according to speakers at a conference titled "iFaith? The Church in the Digital Age."
Daryl Robinson of South Main Baptist Church in Houston says a lot of young people are learning to play the organ.
One downside of getting to preach every Sunday is you can’t take a week off to shut up and listen.
An American Baptist church in Dayton, Ohio, hosting Anglicans for four weeks will allow wine in communion.
Who is watching? Who is singing? Who really cares?
A thought-provoking hymn from the 19th century speaks powerfully to the 21st.