Worship Tools 10.31.12

October 31, 2012

Articles

The Secret To Generating Your Best IdeasDavid Santistevan

Preparing Spontaneity in Worship – Part 1 by Sam Hargreaves

New Music and Charts

Justin Brooks is the contemporary worship leader at Church of the Incarnation in Dallas, TX.  He and his group, The Uptown Worship Band have released a great new treatment of some hymns as well as some liturgical music and original material. It’s called Hymns and Psalms and the chord charts are already available on their site. Order the CD here!

Visit IGNITECHARTS.coma service created by songwriters specializing in taking your songs and turning them into professional lead sheets, choir sheet music, or simple guitar charts.

Worship Leading

5 Tips to Improve Your Worship Leading and Singing featured at the Worship Community

Worship Tech

Has anyone tried out Worship Keeper planning software? Thoughts? 

Learn an Innovative Sound Check Method that Makes Musicians Happy at 7am! – By Andy@Musicademy

Avoiding Software Update Headaches – from Church Tech Arts

Worship Design

7 Tips for Creating an Engaging Worship Space from CCI

Veteran Technical Director and CCI Solutions Church Relations Director Duke DeJong shares ideas on how to create an engaging worship space. Join Duke on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ccisolutions & www.twitter.com/ccisolutions.

The Screen Is The New Hymnal: 3 Steps To Better Worship Slides by Chris Bennett

“The screen is the new hymnal. This is both amazing and horrifying. Amazing because you can now introduce a new song with a few clicks instead of obtaining a new hymnal, but horrifying because now anyone can design their own digital hymnal… The design of worship slides may not seem like a big deal. But, second only to their Bible, they are the most important thing people read on a Sunday.”

Here’s Part Two of Mark Aaron Humphrey‘s Six Principles of Worship Design (Miss the first part? Six Principles of Worship Design (Part One))