Learn how to easily change a song from a male key to a female key (and from a female key to a male key). Includes free key change free download.
We hope 2017 is a fantastic year for you and your churches. January is the time for resolutions, and we’ve come up with 5 New Years Resolutions that we believe every worship leader should make.
It’s important for us to celebrate the wins. For us this weekend, it was congregational engagement – people were very engaged in worship. I’ve listed a few thoughts about what contributed to that.
Brian and Bryce and talk through several key points that we feel are crucial when it comes to building a strong, healthy worship team in your church. We believe these points to be applicable to churches of any size and style.
Sing to Him a new song. Play skillfully and shout for joy. – Psalm 33:3. As worship leaders and musicians, we are instructed to do everything we do with excellence and skill. The question we should as ourselves at the end of a weekend service is this: did I do my absolute best? If not, then […]
In this video, Fuller talks about the differences between click tracks, loops, and multitracks
I received an email the other day that went a bit like this… Dude. Music stands. Where do I even start? They were asking how they might go about transitioning from using music stands to not using music stands in their church. So I’ve asked my good friend and follow worship leader Fuller to answer […]
In this video I break down what our service order typically is like at Newhope Church where I lead worship. It’s not always like this (often we will move things like the welcome/announcements, offering, etc around), but this is an order that we will use quite often. I used an actual service where I led […]
Worship Leaders: The time we have to speak to our congregations is sacred. In this video, Brian offers a few suggestions about what to say between songs.
As I was driving to rehearsal this week, I started thinking about how I would go about being the absolute best worship rehearsal musician I could possibly be. I thought of a bunch of things, but here were three main things I would do (and did do).