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9Marks Explained : A Letter From Mark Dever

Corporate Worship

Nine Marks of a Healthy Worship Leader

My local church is in search of a worship leader.[1] To that end, our senior pastor cobbled together a group of twelve members for a Worship Leader Search Committee. Despite my musical ineptitude, I was among those asked to serve.

Reflections on “What Can Miserable Christians Sing?”

Of all the things I have written, my little essay, “What Can Miserable Christians Sing?” has provided me with so many delightful surprises over the years.[1] I wrote it in about 45 minutes one afternoon, infuriated by some superficial comment about worship I had heard but which I have long since forgotten.

Does the Regulative Principle Demand Exclusive Psalmody?

Does the regulative principle demand exclusive psalmody?

I’d argue that the Psalms should be the backbone of the sung element of the church’s worship.

Stuart Townend on Corporate worship

Stuart Townend was speaking today at Oak Hill College on leading Corporate Worship

He used the acronym “A.C.T.”: Adoration, Revelation, Transformation, as a structure for his comments.

I’ve posted my notes from the talk here.

In this post, I’ll just highlight some of the great things he said.