United Adoration Blog
Art, encouragement and stories from Creative Communites around the world
Worshipping together (bilingually) in the midst of COVID-19 Remembering your mercy, We turn our hearts to you again We’re living in your hope , We’re singing your storyO Blessed Savior, we worship You. One of our most powerful weapons against COVID-19 and all the fear...
What is a weekend UA songwriting retreat? By Craig DuerIf you have been wondering if you should step out and attend a United Adoration event please read on… I attended an event in Detroit, Michigan in the winter of 2019. I had mixed emotions and thoughts as I wondered...
Sometimes we can have our identities to wrapped up in what we create, and can easily feel rejected by another’s opinions. Here are three things that have helped me tremendously on my journey as a songwriter. I only wish I had learned them sooner!
No words can fully express what we saw unveiling before our eyes as a dirty street was made clean by a bunch of people whose impetus for clearing out the trash was to honor Jesus and help create a better living environment for their brothers and sisters in the slum.
It is a vital part of music ministry to give our congregations songs that allow us to express our sadness. And we imitate Christ, who suffered-with, when we do so.
At our 2018 United Adoration Global Community Retreat, Sergio Villanueva shared this powerful message for songwriters.
Collaboration. It can be terrifying. You sit down with someone you barely know and you both prop empty notebooks on your knees. Now what?
A Global Network of Friends By Ryan MaikeI felt honored and out of place, and at the same time I felt like I was meant to be there. We were gathering united in Jerusalem for one reason: proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ. Almost 2,000 delegates from 50 different...
“The Spirit Came” is really the product of how God has helped us forge friendships and partnerships across languages, nationalities, and song styles