A helpful walkthrough of what and how to play during special ministry moments in a service.
A keyboard player can set a tone of reflection and reverence for a speaker. Worship Artistry's keyboard instructor, Ryan King, shows you how to play, or "pad", behind prayer, ministry, or spoken moments of a service.
Worship Artistry teachers share their favorite songs for Easter. Some talk music, others talk lyrics and some share powerful stories.
Easter is an important holiday on the Christian calendar and worship leaders can always find a strong selection of Easter worship songs at Worship Artistry. We love them all, but we've got our favorites. We asked all our teachers to share what their favorites are and why.
Praise Charts founder Ryan Dahl joins the podcast to talk about creating positive team culture and finding songs for every worship moment. He also talks a lot about corn hole. Jason and Daniel discuss positive creative perspective.
Learn how practice time can transform your on-stage experience.
"Practice makes perfect" is a phrase I can guarantee you've heard before. You may have also heard "practice makes permanent"... Either way, there's truth to the statement. The way we practice is important! If we skip over missed notes and never correct them, we will never hit the correct notes when we are performing. If we don't sing the correct lyrics when we are practicing, we will likely not sing the right words when we perform. It's during our practice that we should take time to get it right.
Pat Barrett joined the Worship Artistry podcast for a challenging conversation about scripture, materialism and writing songs that sting. Jason and Daniel talk about pet baboons and parrots, so you know, definitely worth a listen.
It's so important for us worship leaders to be inspired by the songs we lead. If our songs don't carry weight for us, how can we expect others to engage fully? Whenever I introduce a new song, I try to spend time with it; to go beyond the great hooks and dig into the lyrics. I want to know what this song means to my community and how it can better help us know the God we serve.
Worship Artistry is excited to begin a new era with drum instructor, Sidney Joseph. There's more to the man than a rad accent. Learn what makes him tick, the things that make a drummer great and what you can work on to grow.
2020 was a tough year for all of us and the Worship Artistry team was no exception. Covid changed the landscape and two of our instructors were casualties. No, they didn't die (Thank God) but both drum instructor Josh Ward and Vocal instructor Shelby Rollins lives were changed enough that Worship Artistry was no longer a fit.
If you've watched any of my tone videos, you'll probably notice I tend to keep it pretty simple but over Christmas I found myself itching for a change and it sent me on a days long YouTube trip into some really informative guitar gear shows. These guys are both educational and entertaining so I thought I'd share my favorites.
Kari Jobe joins the Worship Artistry podcast to discuss the worldwide impact of her song "The Blessing", the beauty of releasing control, trusting God's timing and working with a team to achieve a vision.