Jared Anderson (Desperation Band/New Life Worship) recently started producing free piano tutorial videos on youtube. He shows you how to play many of the New Life Worship songs as well as his original songs. Here’s one of the videos – “Counting On God”. For more videos, check out his youtube channel.
It’s a great resource for piano/keyboard players. Check it out!
Check out this new music video from Gateway Worship – Kari Jobe leading the song “O The Blood”. Very powerful!
With the powerful people-scheduling and team management tools built in to WorshipPlanning.com, it’s no wonder many ministries outside of the Worship Team want to use WP. Plus, there are lots fo benefits for your volunteers to be on a single, centralized system where they can view serving details, access team info, and select their serving availability/preferences.
So, we are starting a new webinar called Team Leading. It is about 30 minutes, and we cover the following:
- Setting up and managing your team
- Scheduling your team members to serve
- Seeing how team members access the site
To see a schedule of this webinar, visit http://worshipplanning.com/webinars. To register you must have a valid account in WorshipPlanning.com. If you can’t attend the webinar, you can watch a recording of it on our new Support Center. To access the video, you must be logged in to the Support Center (use your WP login info).
Are you intentional about finding and integrating new and/or young players on your worship team?
Paul Baloche encourages worship leaders to actively identify and recruit new musicians and leaders on the worship team:
Here’s an insightful video by Bob Kauflin discussing singing in the church. He starts out by saying, “Singing is risky business. Singing for Christians is risky.”
Veteran worship leader and songwriter, Don Moen, shares the importance of being yourself as a worship leader and not trying to be someone else. One of the profound things Don shares in this video is: “God does not anoint who you want to be; He anoints who you are.”
We found this advice from Paul on what to do (besides panic) if you’re missing the drummer at the last minute. Check out his helpful 3 minute tip.