Worship

Conquering Stage Fright: 4 Steps to Go from Crippling Anxiety to Confident Authority

And so it begins. You stomach drops. Your hands become clammy and begin to shake. You hear the cue in your monitors “verse…2…3….4.” You open your mouth, but no sound comes out. Suddenly, all eyes are on you and you think ‘I just can’t do this.’ Stage fright has begun to set it. Does this …

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Why Your Spontaneous Worship Moments Aren’t as Good as They Could Be

Today Jonathan shares about what he’s done over the last 20+ years to grow at facilitating powerful spontaneous worship moments. We know what it’s like to be a part of powerful spontaneous moments in worship. We want to see the spontaneous moments in your sets carry even more power. So without further ado, here’s how …

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Mobile Church Worship Teams! Shorten Setup/Teardown by 60 minutes with these 16 Items

Setup and teardown takes a lot of time, energy, & can be super draining. We have so many responsibilities on Sunday mornings and by the end of setup, I’m often already insanely drained. I was in major need of a way to shorten setup and teardown. For 5 years, it would take our team about …

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Increase Your Church’s Engagement in Worship with this 30-second Practice

If you’re like me, you love the corporate worship gathering and really want to see your church engage in worship. The typical Sunday morning worship set is around 25-minutes; so every moment counts! Like most, we start our services with worship and used to start with some sort of “welcome to church, sing with us” …

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The Dream Tracks Rig I Used on Tour Opening for Twenty One Pilots

A few months ago I was running tracks (and stage managing and the monitor engineer) for half•alive, on tour opening for twenty one pilots. The playback session I ran fired tracks, cued 6 different instrument’s patch changes, & (no joke) ran the lights. To put it plainly, the show would not have been able to …

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How to Not Lose Your Passion for Worship (Sustaining the Long Haul)

The call to full-time ministry often begins as a conviction that we cannot shake.   It’s an odd thing, often described as a “knowing” that can’t quite be articulated, merely discerned. For many people who are now in full-time ministry there was, at some point early on in their journey, an encounter with God that …

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5 Crucial Lessons I’ve Learned in the Last 10 Years of Worship Leading

There have been many hills and valleys over the years and each one brought some lesson for me to learn from. After coming to a saving faith in college, I quickly started serving on worship teams. First as a guitar player and soon as a worship leader. I have had the chance to serve with …

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