Living in Someone’s Shadow

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Being in the shadow is being in the shade. Dwelling in God’s presence is living under God’s shadow. His presence provides protection. “He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty” (Psalm 91:1). To live in this shadow, we have to be under God’s authority and guidance.  We are not …

Worship Leaders: Worship does not revolve around you.

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Your role as a worship leader starts way before Sunday service comes along. Our worship starts before we step foot on the stage with fancy lights and a room full of anticipation. The worship leader is a spiritual leader. You have been called by God to specifically lead his people into his presence and to bring him glory. You may …

Worship Leaders: God and Your Gift

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When I was a little girl I dreamed of singing for thousands of people on the biggest stages and traveling all around the world. Despite my tendency to be shy at times, I was still thrilled and often overwhelmed with elaborate daydreams of being a great entertainer for all to see and enjoy. However, throughout my life the Lord has …

What it Means to be a Servant

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BEEP BEEP BEEP! Your alarm goes off, it’s Sunday morning. You get ready for church and put on your Sunday best, as you’re getting your coffee you remember you are serving today. You instantly feel drained, but you push it away because serving looks good, its the right thing to do. As you get to church and begin to serve, …

You Lead Worship Better When God Leads You

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I have been looking forward to sharing with you some essentials that we teach here in HungryGen Worship and I believe it will bless you and encourage you to continue to push towards living a life that reflects the heart of a worshiper. We are going to run over a few tips that may help you in your journey of …

When Ministry Becomes a Distraction

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When we think of distractions, social media or phones come to mind. Distractions divide our focus. I remember when I was in my early 20’s, I had an accident, because I was checking a comment on MySpace on my phone. I was distracted which resulted in an accident. Distractions can lead to destruction at times. For some a phone is …

The Ceiling for Your Healing

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Health is a basic value in life. “At least you have your health,” you may hear people say. If you’ve lost everything else, at least you can still get around and take care of yourself. But not everyone has that advantage. Some people are beset with hidden ills that prevent them from living full, happy lives. And I’d like to …

First Time Guest

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Anticipation? Expectation? A little bit of nausea? A combination of the three? Someone visiting your church for the first time can experience a wide variety of feelings and emotions as they enter the unknown area. Creating an inviting and warm experience for first- time guest before, during, and after services and events is important. Be sensitive to the visitors and …