Watch as Jason & Charmaine Brown share from Scripture on the topics of holiness and humility. This video is Part 2 of a 2-part series.
“For physical training is of some value, but godliness (spiritual training) is of value in everything and in every way, since it holds promise for the present life and for the life to come.” (1 Tim 4:8 AMP)
Watch as Jason & Charmaine Brown share from Scripture on the topics of holiness and humility. This video is Part 1 of a 2-part series.
A word of encouragement for you and your vocal training!
If you want to sound good and feel good when you sing (without your voice cracking on you or feeling fatigue & soreness in your throat, etc.), you need habits that will take you there… and it all starts with the right morning routines!
King David is undoubtedly one of the most significant figures in the Bible on the topic of worship. Out of his fervent zeal for the Lord, he established a Tabernacle that was remarkably different than anything anyone had seen before… and God loved it! Let’s dive in and learn what David did… why it was so radical for its time, and why it still matters today!
There is definitively one most important thing in your vocal training and one most important thing in your involvement on your worship team. Nothing else comes close. If you get just one thing right, it should be this. If you miss this one thing, everything else falls short.
As worship vocalists, pursuing improvement in our physical skill is important, but there is something of GREATER importance—godliness. Spiritual training must be top priority in our lives and our schedules!
As worshippers, there are many ways to be influential and effective for the Kingdom of God. In order to make this a reality in our own lives, we need to understand the “why” behind our worship. But before we dig any further into the why, we must know “what” worship is and what it isn’t.