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Perhaps the most important relationship in many churches is the one that exists between the worship leader and the senior pastor. And yet, often times it's one of the most difficult. Today, myself and Joe are joined by Dan Thompson as we talk about some of the ways worship team members do their pastor and worship leaders a disservice. We also talk …
 
Worship ministry has changed drastically over the last 25 years, and for pianists, that change hasn't always been easy. Today, we hear from Christi Stills who has been a pianist in a traditional, piano and organ worship ministry and has also spent the last 10 years playing with a worship band. Christi also shares with us about her journey as a comp…
 
A lot of people are speculating about what summer 2021 is going to look like for the church. I think it's safe to say we should anticipate people taking a lot of time to rest and recuperate over the next few months. In fact, it might be what's needed. Still, we'll have services to plan and lead, when people may not be available, we might even be go…
 
As worship leaders we tend to spend the vast amount of our time on musical preparation and leave the spiritual preparation for leading worship until the last minute. We hope that God will "show up" in our corporate worship without having spent time in with Him personally. Today, David & Joe talk about some of the practical things we need to be doin…
 
Are you working to rebuild your team after the pandemic? Have you had to deal with someone on the team who is bringing everyone down? How do we build healthy teams? Also in this episode we talk about the importance of developing our leadership skills along with our musical skills. Today, we are joined by Alex Enfiedjian of Worship Ministry Training…
 
You know that time you really messed up the song in the service? Or the time you forgot to put on your capo, or you went to start a track and it was on the wrong song, or you weren't on the right Main Stage patch? Yeah, me neither. Okay. Maybe that happened this Sunday. But how do we handle the mistakes? We also talk about the catastrophic loss of …
 
In this episode we spend some time catching up with Joe and hearing about his experience in the ice storm, being without power for 10 days. We also talk about David's new album available on Spotify, iTunes and all digital platforms, "Peaceful Piano Hymns". --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.…
 
If there are people who love Christmas more than the people on this episode, you probably don't want to meet those people! Join us as we talk about some 2020 ideas for your church's Christmas services. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
In this episode David spends some time introducing Joe to the idea of using loops and multitracks with the worship team.Due to the tutorial nature of this episode, you may want to be sure to watch the video version on Facebook. This episode was recorded live on Facebook on Monday, August 10th at 10am Pacific Time. We would love to have you join and…
 
Joe & David talk about some of the new tech they’ve been using recently as well as the apparently never-ending tech problems we are dealing with on a weekly basis. This episode was recorded live on Facebook on Monday, July27th at 10am Pacific Time. We would love to have you join and participate with the discussion mondays at 10am!…
 
In this episode, Joe & David spend a little time talking about “self-management” in the midst of the pandemic. You’ll hear both David & Joe share some of the internal, emotional and mental struggles during this season. This episode was recorded live on Facebook on Monday, July 6th at 10am Pacific Time. We would love to have you join and participate…
 
In today’s episode of the Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast, Joe & David talk about some of the process they use for choosing new songs for their churches. This episode was recorded live on Facebook on Monday, June 15th at 10am Pacific Time. We would love to have you join and participate with the discussion mondays at 10am!…
 
Learn from our mistakesEverything is different at the moment, including the Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast. Joe & David decided to go live on Facebook and record it to share on the podcast. We will be doing Facebook Live every Monday morning at 10am Pacific Time if you’d like to be a part of the conversation! Today Joe & David talk about some of…
 
We would love for you to join us on Facebook live, every Monday at 10am Pacific time! How do we handle the discussion about when to reopen our churches after the Covid-19 Crisis? It’s proving to be a very polarizing discussion for some, so how do we retain unity in the body of Christ while making the best decision for the mission of the church? Lea…
 
Worship During Covid-19Everything is different at the moment, including the Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast. Joe & David decided to go live on Facebook and record it to share on the podcast. We will be doing Facebook Live every Monday morning at 10am Pacific Time if you’d like to be a part of the conversation! What issues do we need to be talking…
 
David Lindner & Kevin KruseThis is it! It’s not the end of the podcast, but it’s the end of David & Kevin’s time hosting the podcast. In the next episode, you’ll meet our new hosts, Joe & Gabriel. In this episode, David & Kevin will give their final encouragement to worship leaders and pastors as they approach worship ministry. Why don’t you chime …
 
David Lindner & Kevin KruseIn this episode of the Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast, David & Kevin spend the episode sharing about their lives. As they near the end of their time hosting the WMC podcast, they wanted to give everyone who has been listening to the podcast one final update on what’s been happening in their lives and where they’re head…
 
David Lindner & Kevin KruseIn this episode David & Kevin stop to reflect on some of the things they’ve learned over the last 10 years of doing the Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast, as well as some of the ways things have changed in their lives, in ministry and the world as a whole. Why don’t you chime in?Leave your feedback in the comments section…
 
Paul BalocheOver 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 inter…
 
Paul BalocheOver 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 inter…
 
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 tha…
 
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 so…
 
Keith GettyKeith 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 G…
 
Lancelot SchaubertLancelot 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 marke…
 
William Messenger, Theology of WorkThe 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 …
 
Chris Horton, Worship CohortsMy 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/ Why don’t you chime in?Leave your feedback in the comments section below!…
 
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 com…
 
Emily Moore, Psalter Project Emily grew up as the itinerant daughter of an army chaplain, then studied music composition at the University of Oklahoma and graduated in 2014. Due to chronic illness, she moved back in with her parents. That winter, her brother and partner in crime Derek prompted her to start working professionally on Psalter Project,…
 
Josh Davis, ProskuneoJosh Davis is the Founder and Executive Director of Proskuneo Ministries. He is a multi-ethnic worship leader, clinician, songwriter, ordained minister, and music missionary. A third-culture person himself, Josh served as a missionary to the Dominican Republic before founding Proskuneo Ministries (www.proskuneo.org), a ministry…
 
Josh Blake, Of Folk And Field Josh started this project with just a few of his friends, but now he’s hoping that it’s going to go a lot further and include a lot more people! Check out our interview with him to find out how you can get involved! Why don’t you chime in?Leave your feedback in the comments section below!TWITTER: @wmcatalystFACEBOOK: h…
 
Sara Joseph, Christian Artist Resource So many of us have the desire to be discovered and noted for our work as Christians artists. It’s something I’ve desired and wanted as well. But, the question we need to wrestle with is why are we doing what we do? Is it for our own attention or is it for God’s glory? Are we willing to work at this calling in …
 
Mark Pierson, The Art of Curating WorshipThe Art of Curating Worship promotes a new vocabulary to help worship curators work out how and why and where worship can best engage their community, inside and outside the church, in transformative encounters with God.Listen in to our Interview with Mark and learn how you might be able to think differently…
 
Ken Steorts of Visible Music College.Ken is the creator of Visible Music College, which exists as a music and worship school to train and disciple a generation for effective service in the music industry. Ken toured with his band, Skillet, and saw a large number of young Christian musicians with great promise, but little instruction, guidance or pu…
 
Jonathan Malm, Sunday Social, Church Stage Design Ideas, Sunday Magazine.. We’ve had him on the podcast before, and we just had to have him on again! (Listen to the previous episodes here: Part 1 & Part 2.) Back then we were talking to him about a book he wrote: Created For More. Today, we are talking to him about Sunday Social as well as how churc…
 
Kevin Twit, Indelible GraceIn today’s episode, we had the incredible privilege of having a conversation (that was far too short!) with Kevin Twit of Indelible Grace. In this conversation we cover a lot of ground about what he and others have done with indelible grace as well as a great conversation about the content of current worship music. This i…
 
Chris Cragin-Day, PlaywrightWe invite you to join us for another great conversation! Today we are talking with Chris Craigen-Day, who is a playwright and her work: “Martin Luther On Trial.”Chris holds an MFA in Stage Directing from Baylor and a BA in Theater from OBU. She is an alumna of The Public Theater’s Emerging Writer’s Group (The River Nun, …
 
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