Jun
10
2013

One of my music minister friends was “forced“ to robe the choir when some of the ladies would not wear appropriate blouses to cover up. This can be distracting for a congregation, needless to say,¬†especially when a lady necessarily bends forward to sit or reach for a book. They had traditionally sung as a choir […]

Jun
6
2013

You may have seen this before, but it is worth a re-visit. This was written by 8 year old Danny Dutton from Chula Vista, CA. Danny wrote for his third grade homework assignment to “explain God.” I am sure none of us could’ve given a better explanation. ‘One of God’s main jobs is making people. […]

Jun
3
2013

Sometimes you must just get things done. Usually the music minister of a church is charged with coordinating the order of worship and the general flow of the service each week with input from the Pastor as the Pastor requires. He will choose the songs, coordinate the band, choir, praise team, soloists or ensembles and […]

May
30
2013

Scott and Camber Simson are new friends of mine and they have put together two delightful books that I want to recommend to you. Their children’s edition of Fox and the Mountain-A Parable is a fascinating story that will captivate your children’s heart and encourage them to do well in life. One reader commented, “Fox […]

May
27
2013

Today is Memorial Day in America and I hope and pray that it will not lose its awesome significance among our young and upcoming generation. I am afraid that our young folks are all too familiar with war and devastation these days, but sadly, they may not appreciate where we have come from and why […]