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Worship goes way beyond the songs we sing and the music we play. Someone once said that “You become more and more like the thing you worship, the more you worship it”. I read a tweet recently that said “You know you’ve worshipped God when you walk away changed”.

New Year thoughts

At the end of 2014 I shared a message to our whole worship team (from all 11 congregations!) for the coming New Year. Although it was written for our team, and particularly for where Family Church is going in 2015, I'm sure there will be thoughts there that will encourage and inspire you too - at

Starting off the first chapter

I thought I’d share with you the first part of the first chapter of WorshipTeam101, looking back on how I started in the whole arena of worship teams and leading worship. I’d love your feedback, good and bad – share in the comments below.   Chapter 1: Everyone has to start somewhere My first experience

Honour one another

"Be devoted to one another in love. Honour one another above yourselves." Romans 12:10, NIV These, and similar verses, sum up the culture of 'team' that we've been building in our worship team at Family Church. It's not about the job we're doing but who we're doing it with and who we're doing it for.

Excellence

  Excellence is often confused with perfection. Excellence is an attitude, not a result. When we strive for perfection, we strive to be the best, no flaws – what separates us from others is the result. But to strive for excellence is to strive to put into our character a care and attention to the

Who do you see?

Worship goes way beyond the songs we sing and the music we play, we know that. Someone once said that, “You become more and more like the thing you worship, the more you worship it.” I read a tweet recently that said, “You know you’ve worshipped God when you walk away changed.” The old hymn

Welcome to my site

Hi, and welcome to my site. As i write more on worship, leading worship and leading worship teams, I will post those thoughts here. My aim is to post around twice a week, including a post from our worship team’s archive of team messages. I’ll also repost articles from other blogs, links to resources and