These resources have all been influential in developing my philosophy of worship. I highly recommend each of them to every worshiper of Christ.
Don Whitney is the Associate Professor of Biblical Spirituality and Director of Applied Ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He has written a number of good practical articles on how to improve your church’s corporate worship.
Dan Cruver is a personal friend and one of the most gospel-centered bloggers that I know of. His articles on worship focus on the centrality of Christ to gospel-centered whole-life worship.
“Our hope is to help the church recover the tradition of putting old hymns to new music for each generation, and to enrich our worship with a huge view of God and His indelible grace. This site is designed to nurture this movement by offering resources and a place to interact with others about hymns and worship.”
Matt Redman is one of the most influential worship leaders and songwriters of our day. He has written such songs as Heart of Worship, Blessed Be Your Name, and most recently, You Never Let Go. This is one worship leader that is not all about himself. He says, “In case you haven’t figured it out by now, bios and discographies aren’t really my style. But I’d love to connect you with some thoughts on worship, and and put you in touch with some current resources.” His website will do just that.
Sovereign Grace Ministries exists to start, establish, and strengthen local churches with the gospel, for God’s glory. They are an excellent source for music, conferences and events, books, audio sermons, videos, spanish resources, and teaching message outlines.
Designed for pastors, worship leaders, musicians, and small groups leaders. Yet, every worshiper will be encouraged by Bob Kauflin’s weekly devotionals, articles, and questions and answers. Bob Kauflin says, “I pray what you read here will help you as you seek to exalt God the Father through Jesus Christ in the power of His Spirit.”