Pastors Worship Team Leaders Vocalists & Instrumentalists Sound People Do You Want Your Worship Team to . . .
• get the most out of rehearsal time?
• craft a professional sound, even with just a few instruments?
• cultivate the 10 most important skills vocalists need for contemporary music?
• teach new songs to the congregation--painlessly?
• create and use dynamic presentation skills? Expert advice is here for all the above and a whole lot more. The Praise and Worship Team Instant Tune-Up is the next best thing to having a seasoned professional director coach your team personally through all the ins and outs of worship ministry! This timely resource addresses the whole array of concerns that can hang up a worship team and takes you beyond them to the next level. Whether you’re building a team from the ground up or need to fine-tune a given area, The Praise and Worship Team Instant Tune-Up gives you spot-on insights and troubleshooting tips that will help you excel in your mission of leading others in worship through music. You’ll love how this easy-to-read book makes everything so understandable. You don’t have to take a music theory class in order to get a fast handle on chord substitutions, key changes, and arranging techniques that will give your sound a personal, creative edge. You’ll also find out about . . . Copyright issues--what you need to know Seamless segues and transitions Preparing for and running efficient rehearsals Positioning your worship team on the platform Conducting solid sound checks Best practices for visual aids Communicating with team members via secret signals Developing a clean vocal sound Quick tips for every aspect of worship leading . . . and lots, lots more!
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.38(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Doug and Tami Flather minister at Oak Ridge Community Church in Highland, Maryland (near Baltimore), where Tami plays bass guitar and Doug is a keyboardist and one of the instrumental directors. They both teach praise & worship ministry workshops. They have been involved in contemporary music ministry since the late 1970s.