Posts Tagged ‘worship team’

The best $50 you can spend to grow a small church

Let the elders who rule well be considered worthy of double honor, especially those who labor in preaching and teaching. For the Scripture says, “You shall not muzzle an ox when it treads out the grain,” and, “The laborer deserves his wages.” – I Timothy 5:17-18 This is going to sound self-serving, but bear with…

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How Your Worship Tech Team Leads Worship

I like to tinker and hot rod my gear. My guitars are modified, my amp is pretty heavily modified, and I’m thinking about getting into making my own pedals. When I was primarily a bass player, I looked into building my own speaker cabs from scratch, and did some reading up on enclosure and speaker…

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Transitioning Worship Style: 3 Key Factors

“Grab a hymnal from the seatback in front of you and turn to #134 – Victory in Jesus.” Those were familiar words to me growing up in church. I was raised on hymns, which to this day still play an important role in my family and our church. But, even back then, some hymns didn’t connect well…

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5 Steps to Adding Loops and Tracks

If you’ve been to a concert or night of worship and heard parts you knew weren’t happening onstage, you’ve probably wondered how to utilize this for your own team – especially when you wind up with those dreaded “decline” responses on Planning Center. I’ve spent the past few years diving into tracks and software instruments…

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Embracing Conflict and Ministry Growth

Conflict is never fun. Most of us avoid it at all costs, especially if we are in ministry. But in a creative ministry it is inevitable. I had an experience with conflict that really opened my eyes to the brighter side of interpersonal entanglements. It allowed me to view conflict as a tool to healthy…

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