I shared the following devotional with the worship teams of the Watford Church of Christ and the Thames Valley churches of Christ recently. I hope you find it helpful in preparing your heart and mind to leave others in...Read More
Last week in my interview with Mwamba Bennett she mentioned an occasion when they changed a song during their church service. As it happened, this coming Sunday gave me reason to do the same thing....Read More
Welcome to my interview with worship leader Mwamba Bennett. She is part of the worship team in the Birmingham church of Christ. We discuss the strengths of the team, her own personal motivations in worship and much more....Read More
http://www.malcolmcox.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/SS53.mp3 The website I refer to in the podcast is Resound Worship. Please add your comments on this week’s topic. We learn best when we learn in community. Do you have a...Read More
Would you like to be “lifted” by God as you lead others in worship? There’s a key to such an experience. I was reminded of that key at a recent Sunday service where I was preaching for the North West Region of...Read More
Do you use poems in your corporate worship settings? I bring you the results of a poetic experiment from a recent Sunday service in the Thames Valley churches of Christ....Read More
Do you realise the importance of your role in reminding other people of God’s attributes and what he has done? We mine a couple of pithy sayings from Erickson’s book, “Participating in worship” and...Read More
Do you use the Psalms in your corporate worship settings? I bring you a quote from Tom Wright from his book on Psalms, “Finding God in the Psalms: Sing, pray, live”: “By all means write new songs. Each...Read More
Do you use intentional silence as part of your corporate worship settings? I bring you a quote from Erickson and an experience from the wartime Navy. http://www.malcolmcox.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/SS48.mp3 Thank you for...Read More
Do you use congregational humming as part of your corporate worship?
I share something we tried this last Sunday in Watford and Thames Valley.
I give a report on the intentional use of silence in our services this last Sunday in Watford and Thames Valley. http://www.malcolmcox.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/SS46.mp3 Thank you for listening to and watching this...Read More
Do you use silence as part of your corporate worship? Deliberate, creative silence. Not the accidental kind. We take a look at this, prompted by some words of Soren Kierkegaard in the book, “Participating in worship”...Read More