Resources

So I've been around the block a bit. Now I'm sharing some of the lessons I've paid deeply to learn.
I want you to go farther, deeper, and with greater impact - take a look at some tools I've created to help.

  • 5 Sure-Fire Ways To Muddy Vocals

    This tongue-in-cheek article points out 5 easily-addressed things you can easily do to improve (or worsen!) the clarity of your vocals.

    Worship Leader Magazine

  • Building Grace: Connecting Relationally As A Worship Team

    14 tried-and-true techniques/exercises to help you build connections of trust, ownership, and unity between your worship team members.

    Smashwords

  • "Trust Your In-Ears?"

    Here's a step-by-step to help you create a practical, useable personal monitor in-ear mix. Written for non-audio techician musicians!

    Worship Leader Magazine

  • "Why We Sing"

    This article explores the benefits and overriding value of singing congregationally.

    Worship Leader Magazine

  • Worship Team Manual

    Draw from this 50+ page worship arts team manual. It includes Standard Operating Procedures, role descriptions, and many other examples.

    WLCC

  • "When The Music Fades"

    What do you do when you worship leading job ends, and you hadn't planned it that way? Here's practical advice from someone who has been there.

    Worship Leader Magazine

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  • "Author Interview with Tim Miller"

    OK - so maybe this one isn't exactly a tool to help you solve "all things worship" - but if you want a quick glimpse inside my head, here's one place to start.

    Smashwords