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Toxic Leadership Principles You Probably Didn’t Know You’ve Learned, And How To Unlearn Them by Josh Kluge

Toxic Leadership Principles You Probably Didn’t Know You’ve Learned, And How To Unlearn Them

When was the last time you went in-store to visit your cell phone/internet/cable service provider? Weirdly enough I remember the exact day: October 15th 2017.  I remember it because that was the day I had a conversation with an employee who said something to me that I think summarizes so many people’s unconscious approach to …

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How to Build an Effective Practice Routine, Even When You Don't Have Time! Tom Furby

How to Build an Effective Practice Routine, Even When You Don’t Have Time!

Having played bass for the last 15 years, the ongoing pursuit of growth as a musician has been a long journey. Practicing used to come very easily to me. Picture a long-haired 13-year-old coming home from school, turning a tiny bass amp up to 11, and playing rock music for the next 3 hours until …

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Building a Healthy Social Media Platform as a Worshipper by Jordan Holt Worship Online Blog

Building a Healthy Social Media Platform as a Worshipper

In today’s culture, the temptation for self-promotion increases with every day that goes by. With each technological advance a voice that says “Share yourself! Let the world see you!” gets louder and louder. The influencer culture that social media has birthed isn’t anywhere near slowing down. As musicians on a platform, we have an even …

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Combating Injustice with Kingdom Perspective: We Cannot Be Silent by Libby Lewis

Combating Injustice with Kingdom Perspective: We Cannot Be Silent

There is an ever-present darkness.  We see it. Feel it. It’s evident, and growing day by day.  2020 has shaken parts of me I thought were untouchable. I’ve seen so many of my friends and family experience loss, betrayal, grief, and financial strain. Our world feels like it’s collapsing into itself. There is an ever-present …

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Is the Coronavirus the Real Enemy? Overcoming Fear and Finding Peace in a Pandemic by Jordan Holt

Is Coronavirus the Real Enemy? Overcoming Fear and Finding Peace in a Pandemic

In a time where toilet paper is a rare commodity, countless people are out of work, people stockpile nearly 18,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to resell, and popular cities feel like ghost towns, it’s hard not to feel like we’re in the middle of an apocalyptic movie. Just the other day when this pandemic first …

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3 Characteristics That Separate Professional Drummers From The Rest by Daniel Jones

3 Characteristics That Separate Professional Drummers From The Rest

Whenever I’m getting ready to play a set, and I’ve prepared for hours and hours, and I feel VERY ready to crush this set in the name of the LAMB, and I envision many people being in awe of Christ because of my playing (ummmm…?)… This usually means, if something doesn’t go my way when …

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