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What happens during those times in worship where you are giving it your best, yet people around you just don’t seem to want to enter into worship? These principles will help you to keep the most important things first as you first lead yourself in worship before leading others.
We hear the word ‘excellence’ thrown around a lot in our worship communities. What exactly does it mean to be excellent in the context of musical worship?
Most worship teams will make time to get together to play through the songs before they lead a worship service. The questions is: Is your team coming together and practicing or are they coming together and rehearsing?
In this video, Paul Baloche explores the differences between getting up on the stage to perform and getting up on the stage to lead worship.
What is the heart of worship and how do we avoid the pitfalls of it becoming something it was never intended to be? Here are a few thoughts that will help you stay on track.
Sometimes it is fun to mix things up a bit as a musician when learning the song set for Sunday worship: you know, try a new riff during the instrumental or maybe a different drum fill than the original recording during that build to the Bridge. Changing up the melody lines for the lead vocals, […]
In this article we are going to give you some practical steps that you can take to sing in the best possible key for you.
Practice plays an important role in our success on a worship team. So here’s the question: How should we practice at home to be prepared for the rehearsal?
Transitions in a worship set can make the difference between a mediocre worship experience or a great worship experience.