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  • Just As I Am

    England, early 1800’s. It was a season that instituted a fusion of ideals. Religious power began to merge with political agenda, creating a platform of social reform that influenced an entire country. It was within this time that Charlotte Elliot was born. Charlotte was strong, opinionated, and deeply genuine. Her father was a reverend and leader within the Clapham Sect, a powerful religious and s...

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  • Surrender to the Process - An interview with Sarah Reeves

    It makes perfect sense to all who know Sarah Reeves that she is where she is and doing what she is doing. But the journey it took to get her here has not been an easy or uneventful one. I got the chance to visit with Sarah about her recent single release, Nowhere, and God’s ongoing story in her life. Having been raised in the church and music industry by her record producer father and mother, a nu...

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  • Spring 2017 Kingdom Songs Retreat Recap

    April sixth through eighth of this year marked the beginning and bitter-sweet ending of yet another All About Worship “Kingdom Songs” retreat. Another group of talented writers passionately chasing their calling filed in and out of life-giving workshops with seasoned “pro-writers” like James Tealy (songwriting professor at Belmont University and writer of “Light of the World” recorded by Kari Jobe...

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  • The Crunch Time Blues

    For local churches around the globe, the countdown to one of the most widely attended weekends has begun! Set lists are being finalized, service flows are being negotiated, sermon outlines are being pored over, and eggs are being filled by the dozen. While families all over are making their Sunday afternoon plans and working out lunch menus, you are neck-deep in planning, rehearsing, and decision-...

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  • Thoughts From a Pastoral Team Strategist

    When I started my ministry career 18 years ago, I never thought I would ever type the title of this entry: Thoughts from a Pastoral Team Strategist. I definitely wasn’t desiring to fill that role on a pastoral team. I wanted to see my dreams fulfilled in much different ways. I am still convinced that Jesus has called me to something completely different than strategist. I am a worship pastor/worsh...

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  • The Heart Behind The Hustle

    Ladies and gentlemen, fellow worship leaders, pastors, and the like… There is a looming presence beckoning our attention as we ease our way into the Spring season. For some, it comes as a friend, a welcome celebration of life, family, and chocolate-coated vermin. For others, this presence bodes agony, tension, and the undeniable stench of livestock threatening carpeted aisles. (Yes. We see you Pas...

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  • The Perfect Easter Set List

    *** SPOILER ALERT! You will not find that list here, but you will find what hopefully will be some thought-provoking tips on putting yours together and even some resources to help in the process. For the worship leader, one of the year’s highlights but most difficult tasks is that of putting together the set list for Easter weekend. We’d venture to say that most start thinking about it as soon a...

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  • Put this in Your Easter Basket

    I still pick out an Easter dress. While I am well past the age of ruffles and bows (mostly), it is a tradition that I just can’t bring myself to discard. It’s the last of these kinds of traditions from my childhood that survived into my adult life. And though my vehement grasp on my Easter clothing habits may seem a little silly, if you are in any way familiar with church, you are most likely well...

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  • Not Your Grandma’s Lent

    A few months ago I wrote a very personally challenging article about pursuing a life of radical holiness in an extremely unholy world. You can read the full post here. In it I explore a common theme in scripture where God is calling His people to a life set apart from the rest of the world. Leviticus 20:26 says, “You shall be holy to me, for I the Lord am holy and have separated you from the peop...

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  • Honk if You Love Jesus

    If I had to choose one thing that holds me back from accomplishing my purpose, it is that vicious little vixen we like to call “comparison.” As a woman, I have found upon confession that I am not the only one filling a seat on this struggle bus, so I hope I am not writing this post in vain. I moved to Nashville over a year ago and, quite honestly, gained the songwriters momentum quickly. I was foc...

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  • Majesty In A Manger

    Isaiah 53:1-9 In many ways, there was nothing particularly special about the baby or the birth. That poverty, that narrowly-averted scandal when Mary fell pregnant, that greeting party of those social misfits (AKA the shepherds); none of it was worthy of a king. None of it was majestic. And yet, the birth of Jesus was precisely that. Within its mystery was such mighty love as only a true leader of...

  • The Powerful Act of Honoring Your Seniors

    I recently took on a new position leading worship in a small church on the outskirts of Nashville. They are good people and there are a lot of great things happening in those church walls. However, they are feeling the same stress that many of our churches feel today, and that is staying relevant with our ever changing culture in music worship and not leaving our senior population in the backgroun...

  • 5 Practical Ways Michael Farren Gets Musically Inspired

    To say that Michael Farren is one of today’s top songwriters is a bit of an understatement. Besides penning “Let It Rain” which has sold a mere 2 million copies, been translated into multiple languages, and is impacting worshipers across the globe, Michael has written and is writing many of today's top songs for Christian Artists and churches. As a signed staff writer for Integrity Music he often ...

  • The Best Little Sunday Christmas Morning

    Have you heard the news? Christmas IS ON A SUNDAY this year! It doesn’t happen again till 2022 and then again in 2033,2039 and 2050. But like it or not, it’s a reality in the here and now. So what are you going to do about it? The last time Christmas was on a Sunday was in 2011. Back then a LifeWay Research poll of 1,000 Protestant pastors, 91% were planning on having a service of some kind on Chr...

  • Interview with Paul Baloche

    Interview w/ Paul Bloche by Steven Reed The ministry of Paul Baloche has literally touched the lives of millions of people around the globe. His 1997 song, “Open The Eyes of My Heart” is still in the CCLI top 100. We caught up with Paul over the phone this week to ask him about life, keys to longevity in ministry, and about his new album that just released on October 7th. With the bustling sounds ...

  • An Open Letter From Worship Leaders to Pastors

    Dear Pastor,  You encourage me.You also challenge me to my very core. You’re always looking to help me improve.Though, sometimes I act like that’s not necessary or possible. I don’t always feel like you get me.But then again, sometimes I think you do more than I understand You’ve honored me by letting me lead your people.You give me an opportunity to use God’s gifts in me.I don’t always take that ...

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  • AAW Podcast #179: Craig Adams

    Talking Christmas and Choirs w/Craig Adams, Worship Leader and Creative Director at LifeWay...AAW Podcast, Episode 176! Stay connected with us twitter.com/allaboutworship facebook.com/allaboutworship instagram.com/allaboutworship podcast[at]allaboutworship.com Quick Links Michael Farren on Twitter SUBSCRIBE VIA ITUNESSUBSCRIBE VIA STITCHERSUBSCRIBE VIA RSS FEED

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  • How and Why You Should Recruit a Christmas Choir

    It may not feel or look anything remotely close to Christmas outside, but there is something in the air that brings back that ol’ “It’s after Labor Day, better get ready for Christmas” feeling. A season enjoyed by some, dreaded by others, but necessary for any who are involved with music in the life of a Church. At All About Worship we are here to help you navigate your way through the challenges ...

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