Tag: songwriting

Songwriting Masterclass With Matt Redman

In these days, let’s be looking for, and writing, songs that lead us to this comforting and emboldening place of hope in Christ.

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The Lost and Missing Prayers

A few years ago, I was at dinner in California with two dear friends, Andrea Hunter and Lester Ruth. Lester has done amazing work analyzing CCLI data to find trends and recognize both what churches are singing, and what we’re not. As we talked about worship that night, the conversation led us to a topic that resonated deeply with all three of us—lost and missing things in our worship services. We talked about the kinds of prayers and songs that seemed to disappear over the decades, and Andrea suggested we end by asking the Lord if there was something he wanted us to do about it.

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Community & Songwriting

Meredith Andrews shares with us her take on how important community is in songwriting.

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Songwriting Masterclass with Matt Redman

Originally Published in Worship Leader Magazine Vol 28 No 3 By Matt Redman How do you balance writing a song that’s simple enough to be…...

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Songwriting for Your Movement

Every movement has a soundtrack. Here are some thoughts on blending language and love into a focused prayer to the Lord … for your community.

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Matt Redman Answers Your Songwriting Questions

Matt Redman is excited to answer questions you may have regarding songwriting, worship leading plus more! Please make sure to submit your questions by clicking…...

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An Interview with David Crowder

Tradition has to be something established and that continues, and that we can remember. What I’m trying to do with my music, even though I’ve borrowed from Southern Gospel or Gospel in chord forms, is to make sure that we’re comfortable enough and we have handles. And we know what we’re getting into but at the same time bringing something that is current and maybe even outside of our Christian music traditions.

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