It’s been quiet around here lately.
Due to a number of factors, namely some time off during August, and the normal busyness of ramping up for a new ministry year, I’ve been a bad blogger and haven’t given as much attention to Worthily Magnify as I would have liked. My apologies to all of you who read / subscribe / check-in on a regular basis. I’m still committed to serving worship leaders through this blog, and I wanted to let you know that I’ll begin resuming a predictable schedule (as much as possible) starting today.
My goal will be to post new content every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I’ll either be sharing articles, or videos, or resources I think would be helpful to you. As is my usual pattern, sometimes these will range from the serious, or the musical, or the occasional commentary, or the humorous. Sometimes it might just be a link to another article, teaching, or video I’ve found encouraging.
The mission of this blog is still the same as it was when I launched it in July 2009: to help worship leaders lead well. The landscape of worship leading / worship music / evangelical worship leading has changed a lot even in the five years since. My prayer is that I can contribute something helpful and fruitful for worship leaders who are trying to make sense of their biblical, pastoral, and musical role in their unique setting.
So, thanks to all of you who read/comment/share, and for your patience over the last few months while things have been quiet around here. I’m looking forward to revving up the old blogging engine again.