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What I’ve Learned About Picking New Songs For Worship

Mark Cole | July 23, 2014 | Categories: News | Tags:

Picking great songs for worship is one of the most important skills a worship leader needs to learn. There are many different kinds and levels of songs. Some songs are written about God, some songs are written to express our feelings, some songs are sung prayers, some songs are upbeat praise songs and some songs are pure worship to God.   More

What I’ve Learned About Running A Worship Band Rehearsal

Mark Cole | July 23, 2014 | Categories: News | Tags:

I have spent many days and evenings at rehearsals. It is the price you pay if you want to do music at a good musical level. It is the price you pay if you want to get past the music and be able to worship God freely. I have had rehearsals with orchestra’s, choirs, marching bands, studio sessions, vocal sections, brass & string sections and worship bands in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Caribbean and North America. Along the way More

7 Tips On Taking Your Sunday Morning Worship To The Next Level

Mark Cole | July 23, 2014 | Categories: News | Tags:

I love leading God’s people in worship. I have been blessed to have lead church worship teams at home and around the world for over twenty-five years. Here are a few things that I have learned along that way. More

SongQuest Listening Party - Summer 2014

SongQuest | July 11, 2014 | Categories: Blogs, News | Tags: ,

We are thrilled to present the Summer 2014 SongQuest Finalists. We had an overwhelming response of great songs that we are sure you will enjoy. In our quest for the winning song, we need you to cast your vote! Your votes are tracked through social sharing and downloading. All the charts and tracks are free! The more a song is shared and downloaded, the more votes the song will receive! More

Choir Sheets Now Available With Four Part Harmony For Your Worship Choir

Ryan Dahl | July 9, 2014 | Categories: Blogs | Tags:

This summer, we have been updating our most popular charts with a Choir Sheet, specially designed for your worship leading choirs. These charts offer four part harmonies in a traditional SATB format. You can use them along with our regular Lead Sheets, Rhythm Charts, Piano Parts, and full Orchestrations. Your choir members will enjoy these concise, easy to read charts, that focus on harmonies and lyrics. More

Is It Too Loud? Worship Accompaniment Vs. Worship Immersion Culture

Dan Wilt | July 9, 2014 | Categories: News | Tags: , ,

A few years ago, after our worship gathering one Sunday morning, two very different people came to me. One was a young man in his late 20s, and the other was an older woman in her late 50s. After they spoke to me, I realized that there are two profoundly distinct “worship experience cultures” gathering in our churches today – and their diverse perspectives on worship are making the creation of effective gatherings a tremendous challenge. More

June In Review: BEST OF THE MONTH

July 5, 2014

New Albums Now Available! No Other Name (Hillsong Music) The Fading Veil (The Classic City Collective) Kingdom (Covenant Worship) No Other Gods (Aaron Lee) Greater Still (Harvest Worship) Christ Be All Around Me (Leeland) Neon Steeple (David Crowder) Welcome To The New (Mercy Me) Faithful Through It All (Justin Mosteller) The Ethnos Project (Ethnos Community Church) Carry Us Now (Rush Of Fools) Dance Again (Life Worship) The Church (Ascension More

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