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Zac Hicks - Architecting Gospel Shaped Worship Services (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: The gospel is the center of our Christian faith, and its story has anchored worship for centuries across many different traditions. How do we structure worship services which are "in step with the truth of the gospel" (Gal 2:14), sim (More)
Zac Hicks - A Touchy Subject: Emotion and Worship (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: What do our emotions have to do with worship? Is healthy emotionalism even imaginable in our contexts, and if so, how do we help the people of God engage in "faithful feelings" when we gather to sing, pray, preach, and come to the ta (More)
Zac Hicks - God is Actually in the Room: Worship as Encounter (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: When we gather for worship, do we really believe that God will be present in a unique way? In this session, we will examine a biblical and theological case for the presence of God in worship's various elements, and explore practicall (More)
Zac Hicks - Planning Worship like a Dietician (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Worship planning is all too often enslaved to the tyranny of the urgent. In this session, we will look at planning through the helpful metaphor of a "theological dietician," exploring the breadth of themes in the Scriptures and how w (More)
Zac Hicks - The Lord Will Fight For Us: Worship as War (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: When we enter into gathered worship, we step into a battlefield where a spiritual war is taking place. How does Scripture tell us to arm ourselves? What are our chief weapons? How are we made ready? How do we cultivate a sense of urg (More)
Josh Stewart - Live Band Rehearsal (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: One of the best ways to learn how to work with a praise band is to see a real life example. In this session we will walk through a live rehearsal with a band of church musicians preparing for a worship service. You will see, first ha (More)
Josh Stewart - Understanding the Band's Language (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Musicians have their own language and at times volunteers don’t understand the language a band uses to communicate. Sometimes we as leaders need refreshers or don’t know the terms ourselves. This session will look at some key terms t (More)
Josh Stewart - Recruiting and Keeping Musicians (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Knowing how to recruit musicians for your praise band can sometimes be a daunting task. And once you get them on your team understanding how to keep them motivated to stay involved is an important part of your job as a leader. In thi (More)
Jack Mitchener Performance Practice from Alpha to Omega (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: We live in a time when it is understood that we should play Bach and Buxtehude differently from Brahms and Bolcom. This will be a discussion and demonstration of the stylistic differences in organ literature and the performance pract (More)
Jonathan Rodgers - Demolition Derby: Buildilng, Renovating, Reimagining Student Choirs (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Many churches have given up on student choir and realized the error of their ways. They are seeking to go back and start their student choir ministry over from scratch. Some are stepping into new ministry positions and need to make s (More)
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