Episode 53 • Breaking Through Creative Roadblocks

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

We’ve all been there – the struggle is real! So many of us fight the consistent fight of breaking through creative roadblocks. How do we create a new sound, come up with innovative ways to move people with music and the arts?

In this episode, the Worship Online round table is at it again to help you see what’s necessary to break through those roadblocks. As we discuss some of our personal struggles throughout the creative journey, and share ways we’ve overcome… this episode is sure to inspire and facilitate the momentum you need to break through and move forward whenever you’re stuck.

This episode is hosted by Libby Lewis (Worship Leader, songwriter, and writer for Worship Online), Jordan Holt (Guitarist for Kari Jobe, The Belonging Co, and many others, session guitarist, and blog writer for Worship Online), and Brenton Miles (Worship Leader, producer, songwriter).

Leave us a comment below or shoot us an e-mail if you’d like to join the conversation with Worship Online about this podcast and ways we can better help you on your journey as a worship leader & musician!

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This episode of the Worship Online Podcast is produced by Key Eye Productions LLC in Nashville, TN.

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