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"Here" Official Lyric Video

Kari Jobe | January 27, 2012 | Categories: Videos | Tags: ,

"Just Be With Me" Lyrics And Song Story

Dennis Jernigan | May 11, 2011 | Categories: Blogs | Tags: ,

Lyrics and song story for Just Be With Me from Dennis Jernigan. More

Behind The Song: Love Has Come

New Release Tuesday | April 25, 2011 | Categories: Blogs | Tags: , ,

What’s most amazing about our Savior Jesus is that of all the ways He could have chosen to save us, He chose to come down and be the least among us and a suffering servant. The main message of the song is to hold on to Christ, as something better is coming. The grace that God offers in the crux of the song, ultimately the bridge “Just to see the face, Of amazing grace, As our hearts rise up and sing” is what really moves me and More

"I Lay Me Down" Song Story and Video

Dennis Jernigan | April 12, 2011 | Categories: Blogs | Tags: ,

This song came for a small group of people who came to my home to be a part of what we call the Next Generation Creative Institute. This is a quarterly gathering we hold in our home for the purpose of helping creative souls find more of the creative inspiration and outlet God has for them in this life. More

"Search My Heart" Slideshow

Hillsong United | February 28, 2011 | Categories: Videos | Tags:

Focus on Projecting Lyrics

Bob Kauflin | January 12, 2011 | Categories: Blogs | Tags: , , , ,

If your church doesn't use hymnals or songbooks, the person handling the projection of lyrics plays a crucial role in enabling people to engage with truth about God. If they're frequently late in putting up lyrics, show the wrong verse, leave a blank screen, or project misspelled words, that can counteract whatever good leadership you might be exercising. That's why I want that person to be humble, trained, and faithful. It also helps when they More

Hearing Familiar Words in a Fresh Way

Bob Kauflin | January 10, 2011 | Categories: Blogs | Tags: , , , ,

Musical variety enables us to hear the same words with different effect. “Amazing Grace” has a different emotional impact when it's accompanied by a black gospel choir, a large orchestra, a sustained synthesizer chord, or a lone acoustic guitar. Hymns are especially suited for innovative treatments that help us hearthe words from a new perspective. Moving beyond traditional tunes and arrangements shouldn't bother us too much since most hymns were More

Planning Sunday's Songs-Plan Selectively

Bob Kauflin | January 8, 2011 | Categories: Blogs | Tags: , , , , ,

We have more songs available to sing than anyone in church history. That means we don't have to settle for those that “kind of” say what we want, orsongs that are boring, or songs whose music is more memorable than their lyrics. And we certainly don't have to use songs just because they're popular. Great songs come from a variety of sources. We've used hymnals,worship web sites, independent band CDs, nationally known worship artists,quarterly More

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