Why New Churches Should Sing Old Songs by Stephen Miller
10 Worship Leading Myths from Jamie Brown at Worthily Magnify
Ouch! – From Worship Connect – “Last week, Geoff wrote:
‘… when I look at the advertising for worship leader positions in the nation’s churches I am distressed to see how many are asking for a video clip along with a CV or resume. … Really, why do they want to see me or any other candidate leading a song before they consider whether I might lead their congregation in worship?’
Ouch. Guilty, as charged. Well, sort of…” Read More
Songs and Charts
Visit IGNITECHARTS.com, a service created by songwriters specializing in taking your songs and turning them into professional lead sheets, choir sheet music, or simple guitar charts.
Vineyard Worship Podcast- What Can I Bring – “ we sit down to talk with Vineyard worship leader Anabeth Morgan about the Jeremy Riddle song ‘What Can I Bring.’ A live version of the song, led by Anabeth, is featured on the Vineyard Worship album, ‘I Love Your Presence- Live From Phoenix.’ ” To download the audio from this podcast, click here. To download a chord chart for “What Can I Bring,” click here.
Check out this beautiful hymn: Spirit, Keep Me Near the Cross by Stephen Miller .
Vocal Skills Seminar for Singers: Breathing, Posture and Warm-ups – a free one hour video seminar from Musicademy’s Nicki Rodgers
Worship Lighting Colors – from @visualworshiper
“Color in worship lighting is one of the most over-looked and misunderstood visual worship elements. I literally cringe when I see 17 different colors in a room during worship. Just like each instrument has a part to play and has a specific tone, and just how every word of the song or prayer or sermon is chosen because it has a specific meaning, COLORS have their own meaning in worship, and we would be wise to be aware of what each one means”