Tag: Lillenas

Are Solo-Driven Choir Songs Anti-Intergenerational?

Have you thought about how many songs your choir sings that feature a solo that “drives” the song you are singing? I don’t mean a simple verse solo or a small section in the song, but a full-song solo where the choir essentially takes… Continue Reading “Are Solo-Driven Choir Songs Anti-Intergenerational?”

The Noise is Deafening and It’s Not My Fault!

This past weekend, I, along with some of my music team from Ivy Creek, led the music for the large group corporate worship times at the Georgia Baptist Women’s Ministry Spring Event at Stone Mountain. We had a blast meeting new and old friends… Continue Reading “The Noise is Deafening and It’s Not My Fault!”

Changing Things Up Can=Baloney!

One of the things that surprises me time and time again is the “one size fits all” approach held by churches, educational systems, and other such types of organizations. What works for some doesn’t always work for others. However, often trying to emulate the… Continue Reading “Changing Things Up Can=Baloney!”

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