We asked Paul Baloche for his top tips Every November it was always the same; take down the Christmas file and pull out the classic Christmas carols.
The story behind the carol: Hark, the herald angels sing
And every year I experienced the same mixed emotions… On one hand it was always good to be reacquainted with these songs But not for the usual reasons. For me, one of the biggest struggles has been played out at church, in worship. We have such a rich heritage of Christmas-themed songs, yet so many of For me, one of the biggest struggles has been played out at church, in worship Paul Baloche and Kathryn Scott talk honestly about authenticity in worship, facing our insecurities, and what's really important in our daily lives. Nine months passed before he patched it together with another strong melody idea and We all have times when music flows freely.
Some of the hardest yet most inspiring times of worship occur during funerals.
Digital Single Hark The Harold Angels Sing | mrmusic
The raw emotions of sadness and loss are mixed with a sense of hope and eternal perspective. Walkdowns describe the bass movement in a song, creating interest and emotion. As Christians, we belong to a least-is-the-greatest kingdom that pronounces the exact opposite, and yet worship leaders must regularly wrestle with the dynamics of being Love em or loathe em, Christmas carols are going to be on your setlist sometime soon.
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