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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Fred McKinnon Releases “Silent Night – Christmas Piano Instrumental” “Silent Night – Christmas Piano Instrumental” is a brand new instrumental album that was released this month by Fred McKinnon, Pianist & Composer.   Fred was the original founder of TheWorshipCommunity.Com and has been involved in music ministry, worship leading, and arranging, composing, and producing music [...]
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Imagine this scene. It’s Sunday morning. You’re somewhere in the congregation, maybe 4 or 5 rows back. You’re singing to the Lord along with your church family. Their voices co-mingle with yours. This rare moment yields a refreshing wave in your soul. You look up to see the worship leader. No, it’s not a guest [...]
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The Worship Community Blog by Shannon Lewis - 2M ago
So I’m up at this cabin in the woods, doing some songwriting & ministry dream-scaping & as I’m going through my creative & brainstorming processes I was reminded of a conversation I recently had about what it is we do . . . really. “Worship leaders lead worship” you say. Sure, that makes sense to [...]
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Pat Barrett’s self-titled solo worship debut overflows with memorable, easily reproducible corporate anthems for the church. It’s everything a follower of his previous releases (with Housefires, Grace Midtown, & Unhindered) & fans of Chris Tomlin could hope for, & more. Featuring both a number of the ‘greatest hits’ from his previous Housefire projects, & at [...]
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Everyone in ministry faces times of trouble – their own “Dark Night of the Soul”. How do we continue to serve when walking through the valley of the shadow of death? Much like Jonathan Edwards, I have made a list of resolutions to strengthen my walk during the hard times: ▪ I resolve to build my [...]
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“It’s the dark night of the soul / Never slept in a bed so cold / Can you hear me crying out / I’m aching and so alone” The opening lines of Every Seed Must Die are oceans away from what one might expect on a Christian album. The way it is sung is even further away: [...]
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Have you ever visited a foreign country and had to use an interpreter to speak? It is an awkward thing, but so necessary in order to have the audience understand what you are saying. You are saying exactly what you mean, but they can’t understand without the interpreter, and you have to really trust the [...]
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Back in 2011 I co-wrote a worship song that was special. I’d led other originals at church in the past, but the response to this one was different – the first time I led it, I could hear voices singing along before I even finished the first chorus – by the end of it, the [...]
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