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Featuring Dan Wilt Posted on October 20, 2014
The vocals in a worship band are an instrument, and when played well, musically, and in intentional connection with the rest of the music the band is making – can lift the worship experience in a local church to some beautiful heights. Here are 10 Best Practices for Worship Vocalists I’ve gleaned from many effective leaders, arrangers, and producers over the years that will help take the vocal instruments in your band to the next level. more
Featuring All Sons & Daughters Posted on March 28, 2013
Following four critically acclaimed projects, the Franklin, TN-based worship duo All Sons & Daughters release its first live, full-length recording, LIVE, April 23 from Integrity Music. Recorded in the chapel at Oceanway Studios in Nashville, LIVE features members Leslie Jordan and David Leonard sharing their best- loved songs, such as “All The Poor and Powerless” and “Reason to Sing,” as well as new songs, all delivered in a congregationally-friendly, organic worship setting.
Featuring All Sons & Daughters Posted on November 15, 2012
We've added the orchestration for Called Me Higher from All Sons & Daughters The Longing album. Other popular charts from this album include Oh How I Need You, Rising Sun and Hear The Sound. Download these and other titles today.
Featuring Paul Baloche Posted on January 18, 2010
In each of these forms, each line and each section must follow logically the line or section preceding it, informing and building as it goes. Don’t just repeat the same information in a different way in each verse. Develop your theme so it grows in drama or depth and power.
Featuring Branon Dempsey Posted on January 29, 2009
“It’s too loud, can you turn it down?” “The drums are too loud!” “I can’t hear the singers?” “Tommy, please turn your guitar amp down while on stage!!” Do you hear these or similar comments weekly? If so, then you’re in the same room as the rest of us. Volume wars are not just between the sound engineers and the musicians, they are also between the worship team and the congregation.
Featuring Dennis Jernigan Posted on September 9, 2008
If worship is a lifestyle, we must learn to express that life as we minister to others...regardless of what their particular struggle might be.
Featuring Derek Williams Posted on May 14, 2008
Why do so many worship leaders and pastors struggle in their relationship with one another? While there may be many different reasons, there is one that can quickly becomes the greatest obstacle. If you want to destroy the dream, the communication, the commitment, and the trust, the easiest way is to allow envy or jealousy to enter into your relationship. How can you overcome your envy?