Jeff Purswell | WorshipGod 2015 UK: Gathering Around the Gospel
Bruce Ware | WorshipGod 2015 East: Triune
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We often refer to “the glory of God,” yet we’re not always clear on just what that is. We also would benefit from a deeper understanding on why God alone deserves ultimate and maximal glory. From God’s word, we’ll reflect on what the glory of God is, why God will not and cannot share his glory with another, and how this is good for us and promoting of worship.
Bob Kauflin | WorshipGod 2018: Extraordinary
Jeff Purswell | WorshipGod 2015 East: Triune
Recent years have seen a spate of "gospel" books--defining the gospel, discussing the gospel, applying the gospel--which is all to the good. However, it's possible to discuss and celebrate the gospel without allowing it genuinely to shape our lives, our homes, and our ministries. How can we keep the gospel from being merely a slogan? This seminar will explore such issues and seek to equip us all to place the gospel at the centre of everything.
H.B. Charles, Jr. | WorshipGod 2017 Northeast: Human & Holy
Jared Mellinger | WorshipGod 2015 East: Triune
Is your church and worship team a place of encouragement and refreshment? Or is it a place of criticism, irritation, jealousy, gossip, and selfish ambition? It is not sufficient to sing a message of grace; we must also strive to create a culture of grace with our lives. Leaders bear unique responsibility to set an example in seeing and celebrating God’s activity in others. This seminar provides practical help for deepening and spreading an experience of grace in all of…
Jon Payne | WorshipGod 2008: Rediscovering the Psalms
Anyone who’s led a team for longer than a week knows it involves more than music. Relational conflicts, spiritual dryness, apathy, lack of focus, and envy are just a few of the challenges a leader will have to deal with in team members at some point. How does a leader effectively nurture a team in spiritual growth as well as musical skills? This seminar will give you renewed commitment to care for your team in a way that brings glory…
Mike Cosper, Patrick Anderson, Paul Hoover | WorshipGod 2011: The Gathering
Patrick Anderson, Mike Cosper, and Paul Hoover have a conversation about the best ways to incorporate acoustic and electric guitars in the worship band. They talk about everything from that mythical "perfect tone" that so many electric guitarists pursue to why worship leaders across the country are slapping capos on their acoustic guitars and playing every song in G.
Bob Kauflin | WorshipGod 2006: The Glory of His Presence
Craig Cabaniss | WorshipGod 2013 East: Called to Be Faithful
Waiting for God's deliverance can be one of the most difficult aspects of our lives. In this exposition of Psalm 13, we'll learn from the psalmist how to find strength, hope, and faith in the midst of uncertainty, trials, and suffering.
Doug Gould | WorshipGod 2008: Rediscovering the Psalms
Fighting a losing battle against excessive stage noise? Thinking about switching to in-ear monitors? Want to understand more about their advantages and uses? This seminar will help you understand the purpose of in-ear monitors and how to benefit from them.
Julie Kauflin | WorshipGod 2014 West: Triune
One of the greatest temptations we can face as women is comparing ourselves to others. No matter how gifted, beautiful, or fruitful we may be we can struggle to think that "the boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places." Come and learn how the gospel speaks to our insecurities and fears and enables us to live in the freedom of God's grace.
Mark Mullery | WorshipGod 2006: The Glory of His Presence
Jonatan Barahona | WorshipGod 2015 East: Triune
We live in a time in which endless technological possibilities are available to keyboardists when it comes to their musical contribution to the corporate worship gathering. Have you ever asked yourself, "Where do I even begin with all there is to choose from?" With so many keyboard, synth, and software options this can be a little overwhelming. Jonny Barahona, an experienced keyboardist well versed in the dynamics of worship music, will discuss creative & practical ways to venture into the…
Matt Mason | WorshipGod 2011: The Gathering
What does the worship of God have to do with struggles against everyday issues like fear, lust, self-centeredness, or anger? When God comes to His people in the midst of their blind idolatry, what does He say to them to reorient their hearts back to Him? Through an expositional study of Isaiah 43, we’ll consider together how the gospel comes to us and brings us back to a place of grateful, God-oriented worship in all of life.