You make a file on your home computer but now you are on the road and have no access to it. You are travelling out of state and visiting family when, low and behold, the hometown worship pastor falls ill the night before church.
If you look hard enough online, you will see a wealth of worship-related websites that draw a huge fascination to the act of “sharing your Sunday set-lists.” There was a time and place when this appealed to me to – but those days have just
We wanted to roll out the carpet to you to welcome you to the all new gotworship.net . got worship? 2.0 is our cleaner, leaner, sleeker, and more modern look for the website. In the past, the design has been (to say the least) chaotic…and
The song is over and there is a harsh transition coming. The key of your next song would clash too badly if you tried to seamlessly transition the two – and you need to position a capo on your guitar. How do you work it
Carlos Whittaker is a name known to most of us in the worship realm – but he is known to us by many different names. Whether he is "Carlos", "Los", "loswhit", or "that bald guy with the tats that hates meatloaf" – one thing is
(Article by “got worship?” contributor Tanner Dalton) Recently I found myself in a conversation with the youth pastor I work alongside with when he brought up the hot topic of song selection for our predominantly middle school youth group. In the past, we have attempted
We’re happy to be able to begin this study together – to learn to be better worship leaders, better praise team members, and better worshipers in general. We’re thankful to Dwayne Moore and Group for allowing us to give away three copies of this awesome
We gave away a copy of the book at GMA IMMERSE – and now we are looking to give away another copy. This book is the PERFECT fit for worship teams, praise teams, choirs, worship leaders, pastors, and worshipers in general. It is an awesome