I feel stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to promoting music that is written for the church body. Can anyone provide guidance on the balance between self-promotion and humility?
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I raise this question because on the one hand I read in places like the Banner that this is true. But I also read in places like Calvin's Institute of Worship that convergence worship is worship of choice of young adults. How can both of these be true?
Using a playlist to share with singers and instrumentalists has helped our praise team prepare.
We have several people who participate in selecting songs for worship at our church, and a question has come up regarding copyright and whether it is permissible to change the words of a song that is copyrighted.
To mark the 450th anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism, both the Christian Reformed Church (CRC) and Reformed Church in America (RCA) are asking members of their denominations to recite Q&A 1 during worship services on Sunday, Sept. 15.
This very recently (just in time) crafted set of images is available on Worship aNew. If there is any interest I can make the uncompressed image files available in a Zip package. I am also willing to share the multi-layered Paint Shop Pro image files for the creatively inclined.
I recently submitted a post buried in another thread asking for those interested in gathering with other Tech people to respond. I decided I would try again with a new thread to see if there is any real interest in what I am proposing which is a gathering of tech people.
Our church is currently using banners in our worship service that are 20+ years old! They were so well made that they just keep on going! We'd like to switch things up a bit and were wondering if there are any churches out there who would be willing to swap banners.
Many of us are looking to increase the use of multi-media tools and technology to enhance and make our worship more inspirational. One of the tools that most of us use is Microsoft's PowerPoint, or something like it. Has someone put together their own media workshop that they would be willing to share?