The following was previously published on the Crossing Songs website and refers to that competition (winners have now been announced). However, I think the thoughts can be applied in a more general sense, too. Words have an impact, but not always the one we expect. They say something is official once you’ve put it down … Continue reading changing words, never-changing Word
When I first contacted Sam Hargreaves (of LST and RESOUNDworship.org) about a lyric writing competition, I had no idea that I was tapping into something that had been floating in the Christian songwriting world for sometime. I was writing to him in my capacity as Competitions' Manager of the Association of Christian Writers. ACW’s original … Continue reading behind the scenes of Crossing Songs – new UK worship songwriting competition
This year I've read not a few blog posts/tweets debating the appropriateness of using mobile devices in church - especially to tweet sermons. As usual I'm late commenting...I do tend to percolate before I pour. (Interesting. I used to say 'brew', when I drank more tea than I did coffee. Now I drink more coffee, … Continue reading do church services need Quiet Zones?