Thanks for the great response to last weeks episode (“The Voice is an Instrument Too”)! We thought that this week we would continue to unpack what it means to make music in a band. This gave us a great opportunity to hopefully offer some handy tips and perspective… but mostly it gave us a chance to talk about how awesome we are (though we don’t really mean it… well, we kinda do, but not really really…).
It’s another week, and wouldn’t you know it, we got a question from a listener! YAY! In this week’s episode we attempt to share our perspective on the question “is there more that the singers can do on a worship team?”. Short answer: yes. Long answer: yes. Now that that is out of the way, listen to us ramble for a while!
Hi folks, sorry for the delay, teh internets let us down yesterday when we tried to upload the episode. That little hiccup does nothing to diminish our affection for technology, though, and that’s what you’re getting this week. Initially we wanted to have a really intelligent conversation about how and why the internet and technology makes life better… in the end we just kinda played on our iPhones and gushed like little fanboys about all the cool stuff that we have learned. Still, technology is fascinating, and these are amazing times we’re living in, so, if nothing else, we hope you walk away from this week’s episode with a little bit of child-like wonder… because you are listening to our voices. On your iPhones. Or iPads. Or computers. Our voices. You are listening to them and we aren’t even anywhere near you. WOW!
One of the primary functions of the worship leader is to create an atmosphere of worship… but this goes far beyond simply singing songs. In this episode B & S talk about what an atmosphere of worship looks like and how you create it. It’s a big question with many different perspectives. What can we do in the face of such a towering concept? Jump around. Won’t you jump up, jump up and get down with us?
We are back online and rocking it out with much more reliable gear! In this episode, prompted by a youtube video, we talk about criticism, giving and receiving it.
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