Freebie #11-Dr. Constance Cherry: The Worship Architect
Jul16
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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 2
Jul11

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 2

Meals as Historical Turning Points Let’s give a short synopsis of how Scripture’s storyline and historical turning points are built around meals: God’s blessing began in the garden with a meal (Gen. 1:29). God gave Adam and Eve a choice to eat of blessing or curse, symbolized in the Tree of Life and Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. The curse, fall of mankind, and Satan’s temptation happened over a meal (Gen. 2:16–17). The first...

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Freebie #10-Dr. Constance Cherry: Selecting Songs
Jul09

Freebie #10-Dr. Constance Cherry: Selecting Songs

In this video, Dr. Constance Cherry talks about the importance in selecting worship songs. We  are  giving  away  hundreds  of  videos  about  creative  ways  to  bring  Jesus  into  all  of  culture.  Go  to  www.makejesusculture.com  for  FREE  weekly  releases.  From  our  website  you  can  also  access  smaller  bundles  of  video  content  pertaining  to  all  realms  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  business,  education,...

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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 1
Jul04

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 1

Meals as Method Have you ever wondered why the whole story line of Scripture is shaped around meals? Have you found yourself the least bit curious as to why the entirety of Jesus’ ministry is summed up in Luke 7:34 as “the Son of Man came eating and drinking?” Let’s do some digging. I find it fascinating that God did not start the creation in the context of a 501(c3) non-profit, a building, a cabinet, a district, a board, or an...

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Freebie #9-Dr. Constance Cherry: Active Not Passive Worship
Jul02

Freebie #9-Dr. Constance Cherry: Active Not Passive Worship

In this video, Dr. Constance Cherry explains the need for active worship. We  are  giving  away  hundreds  of  videos  about  creative  ways  to  bring  Jesus  into  all  of  culture.  Go  to  www.makejesusculture.com  for  FREE  weekly  releases.  From  our  website  you  can  also  access  smaller  bundles  of  video  content  pertaining  to  all  realms  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  business,  education,  media/arts,...

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Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 3
Jun27

Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 3

Singing Savior The Bible tells us that when Jesus came up out of the waters of Baptism he heard a voice from heaven saying, “this is my Son, in whom I’m well pleased.” Now let’s couple this occurrence together with a couple visual images in order to make one big point. First, consider the singing of the birds in light of Jesus’ Baptism. Research has shown that where birds are present and singing, things grow and flourish. Where birds...

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Freebie #8-Charlie Hall: I don’t fit with the “clean” people of God
Jun25

Freebie #8-Charlie Hall: I don’t fit with the “clean” people of God

In this video, Charlie Hall shares his experience in feeling like a misfit within the people of God. We  are  giving  away  hundreds  of  videos  about  creative  ways  to  bring  Jesus  into  all  of  culture.  Go  to  www.makejesusculture.com  for  FREE  weekly  releases.  From  our  website  you  can  also  access  smaller  bundles  of  video  content  pertaining  to  all  realms  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  business,...

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Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 1
Jun13

Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 1

Theological Sound A study was done in which gardens were planted in different and yet identical greenhouse environments. The only thing that varied from greenhouse to greenhouse, was the music.Various boom boxes were placed next to the plants to serenade them with tunes as they grew. One greenhouse played classical. Another, metal. Another, rock. Another, pop etc. By the end of the experiment, the only plants thriving were the ones...

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A Call to Worship
Dec12

A Call to Worship

  The “bookends of King David’s life in the Books of Chronicles are the two great events that the shape the worship life of ancient Israel. The first is the installation of the Ark of the Covenant in Jerusalem (1 Chron 15-16). The second is the preparation for the building of the God’s temple in Jerusalem (1 Chron 28-29). Both accounts conclude with doxology and contribute purposefully to the recurrent themes of Chronicles as...

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A Multi-Ethnic Worship Leader Is … Courageous
Nov29

A Multi-Ethnic Worship Leader Is … Courageous

Courage is one of those attributes one normally associates with firefighters, police, and other public servants. Rarely do people call musicians courageous, unless they happen to be taking a particularly unpopular stance on a highly political issue. But I believe worship leaders in multi-ethnic contexts are often courageous. As a matter of fact, in order to be successful doing multi-ethnic worship music ministry, you must be...

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A Multi-Ethnic Worship Leader Has … Conviction
Nov23

A Multi-Ethnic Worship Leader Has … Conviction

I have spent half of my life in Korea and the other half in the US. Korea is a tiny peninsula nation surrounded by world powers and has been invaded by other nations countless times. I grew up learning (being forced to think) that we should have Korean pride since Koreans are smarter than other ethnic groups. We have our own alphabet, we are doing well on IT, telecommunication and electronics, and we are even famous for Gangnam Style!...

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A Multi-Ethnic Worship Leader Is … Relational
Nov21

A Multi-Ethnic Worship Leader Is … Relational

One of my very favorite aspects of what I have been called to do at Bridgeway Community Church where I serve is meeting people from all walks of life.  Having the privilege of leading in a multicultural environment has been so good for my heart.  It has challenged me, changed me, and given me perspective on life and Jesus that I truly believe I would not have if I were in a mono-cultural environment. I have learned so much in the time...

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The Book of Numbers: Day Nine
Nov15

The Book of Numbers: Day Nine

A Worshipful Journey Through the Book of Numbers Four hundred years of compromise, sin, suffering and darkness at the hands of evil authorities. Israel’s only way to be healed is to come out of slavery and into the freedom of the Lord’s authority. Picture yourself when reading of Israel. As you follow our study through the often overlooked book of Numbers, you will see how God rehabilitates and frees broken people. Day 9: A Wee bit...

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Sound of Judah: Day Four
Oct24

Sound of Judah: Day Four

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 4: Where Should We Praise? We live in a very compartmentalized world today. What I mean by...

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Sound of Judah: Day Three
Oct22

Sound of Judah: Day Three

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 3: When Should We Praise? The Scriptures are very clear that our praise should flow in and...

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Sound of Judah: Day Two
Oct21

Sound of Judah: Day Two

Sound of Judah What is Praise? Why should we do it? Where and when should we do it? How should we do it? Join us in this 5-day series into the topic of Praise, and consider more deeply God’s purpose for praise and for you, as we join together “to declare the praises of him who brought us out of darkness and into his marvelous light!”   Day 2: Why Should We Praise? The answer to this question is very simple. We should praise God...

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