Vocational Excellence

The Mechanics of Awkward

5 comments Written on July 25th, 2014     
Filed under: Leadership, Order of Worship, Vocational Excellence

by Chris Logan

I interned for a summer with a worship arts pastor when I was in college. At the time, it had nothing to do with my major, and I did it for free. But it was an awesome

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In the Moment

3 comments Written on August 24th, 2013     
Filed under: Formation, Leadership, Vocational Excellence

Today’s post is by Chris Logan, Pastor of Worship Arts at Community Covenant Church in Lenexa, KS.

NOLA-JAZZ-SAXWhen I was in sixth grade, I desperately wanted to join the jazz band. I loved the sound of jazz and wanted, more …

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Tea and Sympathy

Post a Comment » Written on June 17th, 2013     
Filed under: Health, Leadership, Stories, Vocational Excellence, Writing and blogging

p012kv50Today’s post is written by Geoff Twigg, Adjunct Professor at North Park University in Chicago. Geoff is a pastor, singer/songwriter, worship leader and ministry consultant, and serves the ECC as a member of the denomination’s Commission on Worship.

On Tuesday …

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Mundane Ministry

mundaneToday’s post is written by Jo Anne Taylor, Worship Pastor at Bethlehem Covenant Church, Minneapolis, MN.

It’s been a crazy week around the Covenant. Weather weirdness throughout the North American continent, one heart-breaking tragedy after another, the deaths of …

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… and you will find REST for your souls.

1 Comment » Written on April 5th, 2013     
Filed under: Health, Holy Week, Vocational Excellence

Today’s post is written by Matt Nightingale, Director of Worship Ministries at Redeemer Covenant Church in Tulsa, OK.

It’s the week after Easter, and if you’re anything like me, you’re exhausted. From Palm Sunday with the children’s choir to the …

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