In this article we’ll continue the theme, some are quite well known, others not so.
Great Worship Blogs & Resources
I really like the teaching of Dan Wilt, Â Learning Director for WorshipTraining.com. Â He is an outstanding teacher who brings depth and simplicity to the Â many theological and practical aspects of worship.Â “His ancient-future, postmodern-aware, innovative and formation-based approach is unique in todayâ€™s worship development world.”
Worship Training.com has limited free resources and a paid membership for full access to everything. It’s an extremely comprehensive site.
They hostÂ free webinars almost every Tuesday, Â “Whiteboard Worship Training Master Class with Dan Wilt.”
Glen is a bestselling Â artist,Â pastor,Â writer, and thinker.
He will be one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming Inspire Worship Conference teaching my favorite subject, Theology of Worship. He is featured in my blog post onÂ Â leadership values for encouraging wholehearted worship in our communities.
Hit songwriter, worshipleader, award-winning blogger and PhD academic, Â England’s Vickie BeechingÂ is one smart cookie. She asks the right questions. Check out this post: What Does God Think About Our Sung Worship?
Uber creative and worship leading mentor to many, Anthony is an amazing songwriter (Jesus Culture:Â Your Love Never FailsÂ )and author of Worship SMARTBook: Actionable Tips For Real World Worship”. He’s featured in a video interview with yours truly right here.
His latest blog post “Don’t Miss Your Now Moments” is inspiring.
TheWorshipCommunity.Com (TWC) is a grass-roots community of worship leaders, artists, singers, musicians, and technicians from all over the world.
Launched byÂ worship pastorÂ Â Fred McKinnonÂ , articles are from contributors â€œin the trenchesâ€ worldwide â€¦. leading worship in small, medium, and large churches. Â It combines exclusive content with re-published articles from Â â€œthe best ofâ€ worship and ministry-related blogs and resources.
They’ve published some of my articles including 12 Tips For Beginning Worship LeadersÂ
I also like to contribute to the weekly Sunday Worship Setlist Â and check out what others are doing.
6. WorshipTeamCoach.com Jon Nicols
This is a beautifully designed site with excellent practical resources. I’ll be checking this site out in more depth.
Jon also has a blog on the site.Â “Mandatory” is a good article on team leadership, Â http://www.worshipteamcoach.com/blog/2012/03/02/mandatory
7. WorshipMinistry.comÂ with over 4564 Facebook likes, this is a popular site!.
WorshipMinistry.com is a collection of articles and resources put together by people in the trenches. You can find just about any topic within the realm of worship talked about. It’s a little scattered, but I read it regularly and have found some gems.
“Seedbed is sowing for a great awakening through publishing resources intended to build up the Body of Christ. It is the theological resourcing center of Asbury Theological Seminary;
J.D. Walt is the â€œChief Sowerâ€ on the Seedbed Staff. He gives leadership to the vision, development, design and human network of Seedbed. He writes regularly at www.jdwalt.com.”
I connected with JD Â back in the day when I was an artist at a worshiptogether.com conference. Â I got massive blog-love for his writing and thinking.
Check these guys out, and show some Â â€read, subscribe, share, and commentâ€ love.
Question: What worship bloggers or other resources would you recommend? Did I miss some great ones?