As worship musicians, we strive towards great transitions between songs. Here are 3 tips to consider in helping with smooth transitions.
The artist has the daunting task of filling up blank spaces with bits of themselves and their experiences — and there’s nothing comfortable about that.
When I was 13 years old and I was just beginning to play drums at my church, I had no idea what it meant to serve.
These are the 4 key elements in crafting transitions in your worship set. Mastering these will help your set flow.
Five tips to leading worship as a background vocalist.
Just like a lawyer doesn’t just go to the office once a week when he’s feeling particularly argumentative, a songwriter can’t wait for the perfect moment of inspiration to write a song. They MUST write something every day.
Real songs come from real experience. We can all sniff out songs that are written from a place of “catchiness or pop hook” and not something that comes from someone’s actual life. It’s that obvious. Honesty is essential.
I believe it is a crucial part of our role as worship leaders, by following the Spirit’s leading, to place words on the lips of worshipers that they may use to ascribe worth and value to the King, Jesus.
We, as supporting worship leaders should have more awareness of the great task we have been trusted with; pointing others to Jesus.
If we keep quiet even the rocks will praise him because He is worthy. He invites us to be a part of worshiping Him and that is why we do what we do! Not to be noticed.