PODCAST: Advice on chord charts, singing harmony and 8 minute hipster worship songs.
At some point in our lives, we’ve all encountered that one song. You know the song that I’m talking about… It’s the one that you get nervous about when you see it on the Planning Center setlist. It’s the one that no matter how many times you’ve practiced it, you…
When you only have an hour and a half before service to get five songs prepped and ready, there is very little time allotted for prayer, scripture, fellowship and discipleship.
The idiom “Jump the Shark” originated from a 1977 episode of the sitcom “Happy Days” when a water skiing, leather jacket wearing Fonzie actually jumped over a shark.
Playing with a click gives everyone on the worship team a better sense of time. It will be challenging for some at the beginning, but it actually becomes quite freeing as everyone rises in their level of playing.
PODCAST: Would you love to see your worship team get better at expressing their worship with more freely, and engaging the congregation with more confidence?
Jesus doesn’t forget those who are forgetting or have forgotten, nor those who are themselves forgotten, and neither should we.
For churches to attract and retain strong Christian households, children’s programming must be a key part of holistic family ministry.
PODCAST: We are one month into 2020 and there is much we can learn about anticipated trends and how churches can begin to connect the dots and prepare for the future. While some trends you will expect, others will be new and our hope is that these four trends will…
PODCAST: Thom and Sam continue their conversation from episode #610 examining major trends churches can anticipate and prepare for in the coming year.
PODCAST: Inherently there’s a performative aspect to what the worship team does, and, to a larger degree, the production/AVL team.
When churches consider worship or programming changes without consulting senior adults it can often cause unnecessary transitional pain.
This ultimate list covers well known worship songs and hymns as well as some brand new ones and some you may have never heard of.
ProPresenter is the industry standard for church presentation software. If a church uses something other than PowerPoint, it’s most likely ProPresenter.
PODCAST: Your parking lot is the very first of first impressions that guests at your church experience. When was the last time you thought about how to improve that experience?