Holy Harmonies

Take Jesus Reigns up a level.

This week I taught Holy Holy Holy (Jesus Reigns) by Highlands Worship. I loved the solo acoustic arrangement so much I decided to add some harmonies and open strings to create additional layers on the acoustic guitar. Once you've got it, head over the Holy Holy Holy (Jesus Reigns) lesson to try it out.

Jason Houtsma is the co-founder and guitar teacher at Worship Artistry, where he is helping musicians of every level answer the call to worship with passion and confidence. Jason has been leading worship and writing music since he was 15 years old and currently serves as Worship Pastor for Mosaic Church in Bellingham, WA. He is husband to Alli and father to Bjorn and Asher.

Holy Harmonies

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It is good to hear that there are musicians that still worship God. Many churches have gone to cd worship and actually prefer it to live worship.

There is something special that happens

when a church joins together in creating music to lift up the name of Christ. We're doing our best to give musicians the skills to lead rather than be replaced by recorded music.

Hey, Jason,

Where is the acoustic section in the lesson for Holy Holy Holy? I really want to learn this one but there's only the lead guitar section available.


Thanks for the heads up on that one. My fault. It's up now.

Thank you!

What you are doing here has been a blessing. Keep following God. A sincere thank you to everyone who contributes.

It's a gift

to do this. Thanks for being a part of the community.

Better than I thought!

Way better! I started playing guitar at age 49 which is late in life to start something new. I've been playing for almost 6 years now and alternate playing for the children's worship and on stage for the main service. I struggled to find a place to learn the songs quickly and efficiently. I have found it at Worship Artistry. You explain things well and slow down the pace so that I can play along until I commit the songs to memory. I'm so glad I discovered your site. Keep up the great work. You have a huge fan down in Texas.

Thanks so much, Dave!

Love hearing about you using your gifts to serve your community!