Dr. Chad Brawley, a native Houstonian, has worked in full-time ministry for over twenty years. He has had the privilege of serving some of America’s most noted ministries, such as The Potter’s House of Dallas, Heritage Christian Center of Denver, Good Hope Baptist Church, and Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church of Houston. Brawley has also served World Harvest Outreach, formerly Bellfort Seventh Day Adventist Church. Currently, Dr. Brawley serves as the Pastor of Worship Arts at The Luke Church of Humble, Texas. Known for its strong music and creative excellence, The Luke Church stands as a beacon that facilitates fervent worship experiences intended to impact virtual and live parishioners weekly.
Brawley received his Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in music from The University of North Texas and a Master of Arts in Worship from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds an earned Doctor of Ministry degree from the School of Theology at Boston University. In addition to his academic achievements, Brawley is an accomplished pianist, organist, and vocal director.
Available on all digital music platforms, The “We Worship Project” is an exhilarating collection of praise and worship songs, hymns, and anthems designed to deepen the listener’s awareness of God’s love and presence in their lives. Appropriate for personal and corporate settings, this album adds to a body of sacred repertoire that has been sung globally and continues to bless congregations to date.
Dr. Brawley is deeply committed to assisting pastors, churches and practitioners realize their full potential as conduits of transformation through worship arts. He believes that music, worship, and the arts are powerful tools for sharing God’s love and spiritual formation. This has led to the creation of The Brawley Group, a church consulting firm that equips leaders to serve at their highest potential. Through consulting, coaching, classes, and conferences, he and his team endeavor to support worship facilitators of all varieties in fulfilling God’s assignment for their lives and ministries.
Worship occurs in our daily lives, as well as during church services.
While excellence in preparation and presentation is vital, hearts yielded to the Holy Spirit and wired for people are paramount.
The primary singing/worshipping aggregation in the church is the entire congregation, engaging the audience of one, God.
All people qualify to receive God’s love and respond with worship, rooted in gratitude.
Worship experiences work well when the majority of parishioners have the opportunity to connect musically/artistically. This is especially true in a multigenerational, and/or multicultural setting.
A balanced artistic diet of multiple styles/expressions contributes to the perpetuation of valuable traditions as well as the inclusion of innovations that contribute to congregational growth and maturation.