Freebie #26-Harrison Hollingsworth: Calling & Commissioning Artists
Oct29
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Honoring Christ In Hymnody-Day 1
Oct03

Honoring Christ In Hymnody-Day 1

My good friend Lester Ruth is a super nerd. As a super nerd, he dissected the language of our Christian Music’s Top 40 list over the last 50 years, and compared it to the language of the hymns of our faith over the last 4,000 years. He found many striking and almost sickening realities, but I will share just a few that may help us in our study here. First, he found that Trinitarian language has all but disappeared from our TOP 40...

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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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Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 2
Jun20

Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 2

Hear Jesus says, “to those who have ears let them hear.” In Bible times, hearing was a necessity, even over that of the other four senses. Only about 2% of the population could read, and so they heard information. Fun Fact … did you know, that sound resonates in the brain faster than through sight? It also enters first through the spine. It rouses the work of the body before the mind. Sounds educate people differently than do...

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Freebie #7-Charlie Hall: Renown vs Fame
Jun20

Freebie #7-Charlie Hall: Renown vs Fame

In this video, Charlie Hall talks about the importance of pastoring and passing on the heart and gifts of Jesus. 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...

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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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WMC Podcast, #196: Paul Baloche, Part 1 – Worship Leading
Feb19

WMC Podcast, #196: Paul Baloche, Part 1 – Worship Leading

Paul Baloche Over the 10 years of this podcast we have often spoken of our admiration for Paul Baloche. In our opinion he is the cream of the crop when it comes to worship leaders and worship songwriters. You would be hard pressed to find a worship songwriter who has had more of an impact on modern worship than this guy. In part 1 of our 2 part interview with Paul, we talk about worship leading and Paul shares with us some very...

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WMC Podcast, #197: Paul Baloche, Part 2 – Worship Songwriting
Feb19

WMC Podcast, #197: Paul Baloche, Part 2 – Worship Songwriting

Paul Baloche Over the 10 years of this podcast we have often spoken of our admiration for Paul Baloche. In our opinion he is the cream of the crop when it comes to worship leaders and worship songwriters. You would be hard pressed to find a worship songwriter who has had more of an impact on modern worship than this guy. In part 2 of our 2 part interview with Paul, we talk about worship songwriting. What an honor this was for us....

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WMC Podcast, Episode #195: What do you do when your church wants to meet a justice need, but the neighborhood doesn’t support you?
Feb12

WMC Podcast, Episode #195: What do you do when your church wants to meet a justice need, but the neighborhood doesn’t support you?

What do you do when your church wants to meet a justice need, but the neighborhood doesn’t support you? One of the harshest criticisms against the church has been that we don’t do enough to take care of the hurting and the poor. I’ve heard it many times. I’ve probably even said it many times. But, what happens when your church wants to step into that gap and help meet a justice need, but you’re met with...

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WMC Podcast, Episode #194: Why Do We Change In Ministry? What Changes Should We Be Making Now?
Feb05

WMC Podcast, Episode #194: Why Do We Change In Ministry? What Changes Should We Be Making Now?

Why Do We Change In Ministry? Over the years of the podcast, Kevin & I have talked on the topic of change several times. You can look back through the archives to listen to some of those episodes. However, in today’s episode, we talk about some of the changes that have taken place at Kevin’s church and the impact they have had. We also talk about some broader changes we need to be thinking about in terms of ministering...

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WMC Podcast, Episode #0193: Keith Getty
Jan17

WMC Podcast, Episode #0193: Keith Getty

Keith Getty Keith and Kristyn Getty occupy a unique space in the world of music today as preeminent modern hymn writers. In re-inventing the traditional hymn form, they have created a catalogue of songs teaching Christian doctrine and crossing the genres of traditional, classical, folk and contemporary composition which are sung the world over. The Gettys’ hymns are used increasingly both in contemporary and traditional circles,...

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WMC Podcast, Episode #0192: Lancelot Schaubert, Making A Jesus Culture
May17

WMC Podcast, Episode #0192: Lancelot Schaubert, Making A Jesus Culture

  Lancelot Schaubert Lancelot Schaubert is the husband of Tara Schaubert, the grooviest girl on Earth. He has sold his written work to markets like The New Haven Review, McSweeney’s, The Poet’s Market, Writer’s Digest (magazine and books), The World Series Edition of Poker Pro, Encounter, The Misty Review, Carnival, Brink, and many other similar markets. He reinvented the photonovel through Cold Brewed and was commissioned by the...

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WMC Podcast, Episode #0191: William Messenger, Theology of Work
May10

WMC Podcast, Episode #0191: William Messenger, Theology of Work

William Messenger, Theology of Work The Theology of Work Project is dedicated to researching, writing, and distributing materials with a biblical perspective on non-church workplaces. We collaborate with pastors and churches, faith-and-work organizations, universities, and seminaries to equip workplace Christians for meaningful and fruitful work of every kind. Our offerings include the Theology of Work Bible Commentary, devotionals,...

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WMC Podcast, Episode #0190: Chris Horton, Worship Cohorts
May03

WMC Podcast, Episode #0190: Chris Horton, Worship Cohorts

Chris Horton, Worship Cohorts My name is Chris Horton and I’m the Worship Leader at The Journey West County in St. Louis Missouri. I’m a member of The Journey Collective and have been the President of The Worship Cohort since January 2012. Website: http://www.worshipcohort.org/ Standard Podcast [ 38:15 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (1342)  Why don’t you chime in? Leave your feedback in the comments section below!...

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WMC Podcast, Episode #0189: Chris Power, Full of Eyes
Apr26

WMC Podcast, Episode #0189: Chris Power, Full of Eyes

Chris Powers, Full of Eyes. My name is Christopher Powers and I create free visual resources for the global Church under the ministry title: “Full of Eyes.” After receiving my MA from Bethlehem College & Seminary in the fall of 2014, I started doing exegetical art full time with a special focus on attempting to unfold the beauty of God as He has communicated Himself to us climatically and definitively in the crucified...

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