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These are posts that share websites, apps, books, and other products that may interest worship leaders and musicians. We hope to equip worship leaders with the most helpful resources offered today. From our Worship Together Survival Guide to the latest worship technology and tools, click around and learn more about ways that may help you in your worship leading.

We’ve all had weeks that have treated us less than great. Okay, who am I kidding, we’ve all had weeks that have treated us pretty poorly. Maybe you work a full-time job in addition to your responsibilities as a worship leader and you spent the entire week having to let go of employees due to budget cuts. Or maybe you and your spouse were celebrating the joys of finding out your pregnant, only to have it cut short due to a miscarriage.

The list of less-than-ideal situations we find ourselves in goes on and on. Life happens and we still have other responsibilities that we do our best to be faithful to, but it doesn’t mean that we always get it right or even have the capacity to give 100% of ourselves to those roles all of the time. No matter how bad we may want to…

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Planning a small group can seem overwhelming. There are so many parts and pieces to put into place. The Small Group Worship Kit enables you to transform a Bible study to a full-featured worship experience. It supplies all the tools you need to plan a small group session in a single easy-to-use box!

The Small Group Worship Kit includes ten worship booklets, each containing lyrics and chord charts for 31 of today’s most impactful worship songs like “How Great is Our God” and “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord).” It also includes Split-Track “sing-a-long” audio to all 31 songs, so that even if you have no pianist or the guitar is in the shop you won’t miss a beat…

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The world of copyright and licensing can be a bit tough to navigate at times. Our friends at CCLI offer some great tools and resources. These cover a wide breadth of the intellectual property activity that occurs in the planning and execution of worship services.

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Song Starters are a brand new FREE resource from Worship Together. These concise videos are a creative way to introduce or setup a new song in your worship service. Song Starters help to communicate the context of song. The writer conveys a devotional thought to set the song up as they would to their own church community…

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Each of us at Worship Together, not only has a passion for worship but also to see worship leaders raised up, to lead their churches into the presence of God. We want to see you thriving where God has planted you so that we are all able to encourage people through worship to have a real and authentic relationship with Jesus.

If you are at a worship leader event or conference this summer or fall be sure to come see us and pick up a physical copy of the new Worship Together Survival Guide. But, for those who can’t make it out, we wanted to make an shortened version available on our site in the form of blog posts! We’ve written on topics that we feel are essential to leading well, from relationships, to planning, to leadership, and mentoring. You can find links to the posts and descriptions of each post below. We hope you enjoy this survival guide, which is our free gift to you. More than survive, we hope that you thrive in your ministry, making Jesus famous wherever you lead…

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Worship Band in Hand is a mobile app that can take your worship team to the next level. If your worship team is missing a drummer, electric guitar player, or any other instrument, Band in Hand’s band tracks give your team a chance to use just the instruments it needs and mute the rest. All band tracks are professionally recorded using top-notch musicians in first class studios. They’ll always sound incredible and make your band sound more powerful.

Worship Band in Hand is also great for practice. You can mute all tracks but one to focus on a new part to learn or mute just one instrument and play along with a full band…

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