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A Holy Experiment

A Holy Experiment

Aaron Niequist and Steve Carter discuss launching a new initiative at Willow Creek.
Andy Crouch: Image-bearing Leads to Flourishing

Andy Crouch: Image-bearing Leads to Flourishing

The world that God creates is filled with potential, and it is waiting for image-bearing.
Andy Crouch: The Missing Chapters

Andy Crouch: The Missing Chapters

How Genesis 1-2 and Revelation 21-22 are vital to understanding the relationship between work and culture.
The Word on Proclaim

The Word on ProclaimSubscriber Access Only

Leadership Journal review
Going to Church Alone

Going to Church AloneSubscriber Access Only

How to stop doing church in a way that fosters individualism and isolation.

The Real Reality ShowSubscriber Access Only

Louie Giglio: You Are What You Worship

Louie Giglio: You Are What You WorshipSubscriber Access Only

Don't worship anything less than Christ.
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Our editors have compiled our best on Worship topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

With One Voice

With One Voice

These young musicians are committed to writing modern hymns with timeless truths everyone can sing.
In this interview, Keith and Kristyn Getty discuss their commitment to writing modern hymns in a contemporary style.
Praise That's Premature?

Praise That's Premature?Subscriber Access Only

Do we praise too soon?
Shane Hipps explains why worship shouldn't always be joyful and celebratory. Incorporating expressions of sorrow and sadness allows the hurting to enter God's presence authentically.
Let Us Stand for the Benediction

Let Us Stand for the Benediction

Reclaiming the lost art of blessing.
Lee Eclov examines each element of the well-known benediction from Numbers 6:23–26 and explains why these ancient words are still powerful and sacred today.


When bringing people into the presence of God, most leaders recognize a certain degree of necessary protocol.
In worship, structure and creativity don't have to be mutually exclusive.
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The Ministry of Small Talk

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