This past summer I had the privilege to make a few videos that were used in the services of the National Association of Free Will Baptist (NAFWB). The theme for the week was “God Is Faithful” so I tried to match the overall theme design with the videos.
We used a countdown before each service to help people know when the service would begin.
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This past week I had the privilege to lead worship for the National Association of Free Will Baptist (NAFWB) in Memphis, TN. Free Will Baptist is the denomination that our church (Bethany) is affiliated with. FWB from all over the world met to conduct business, compete (Music, Bible, Arts) and to worship together.
A team of Music Ministers and Worship Pastors from the denomination met in February to plan each service. Here are the set lists from each night and where you can find the arrangements we used.
The Promise – Trio (Arr The Martins)
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What does it mean to lead between the songs? Transitions.
A lot of worship leaders do a great job leading music but the time spent between songs is often awkward and unorganized. We spend all of our time planning the songs, but we don’t think about what we’re going to say to lead into the songs until service time. I’m guilty of this. I want our songs to be great. So, I look at key relationship. I consider themes. I check tempos. I practice. But do I spend adequate time preparing what I’m going to say between songs? Most of the time – no.
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