11/17/16: BUSINESS MANAGER NEEDED: For those of you who haven’t heard, I’ve left my position at Church of the Servant to focus more of my time on composing, writing and speaking. (I’m still at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship part-time.) Now I’m looking to hire a business manager 5-10 hours/week. The ideal person will be an organized, independent worker with good communication skills who is comfortable with technology and has some knowledge of music, worship, and publishing. Contact me for more information. Please feel free to share this job posting or to nominate someone who might be interested. Read more here.
09/21/16: Sally Morgenthaler and I will be speaking at the Global Worship Conference 2016 in LA on October 1. "Just how global is this conference?" You wonder. With translation into English, Korean, Spanish and Japanese, I'd say it's pretty global.
06/06/16: It's probably too late to invite you to the Montreat Conference in North Carolina (June 19-24/June 26-July 1), but maybe you could join me in Waco, Texas for Baylor's Alleluia Conference (July 19-22). After that I'm home for the summer, so you'll just have to visit me in Grand Rapids!
05/14/26: What has Greg been doing lately? Teaching a 6 week course on Worship & Culture at Calvin Seminary, completing final edits on my new book Essential Worship, leading music at Western Seminary's graduation service, and running a 25K in 1:58.If it's not here, it's just old news...
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