WorshipInfo.com

Quality Materials for Free!

WorshipInfo.com is intended to be (primarily) an action site where you browse and download what you need.  Use the pull-down menus or search box. See download tag at left bottom corner of each file. Comment/discussion is welcomed.

Hear!  Play!

      New!  Hear the samples in the pull down MP3 menu. About 150 mp3s are now downloadable for the  Improvisation for Singers & Instrumentalists book. Idea: play the mp3s and simultaneously view the music charts/notation from your music stand using an ipad (etc.) without having to print files (though printing is also possible).

University Materials

Basically, you’re getting what my students have been receiving—the result of teaching at Biola University, an evangelical college in the LA area where I head up the Music in Worship program in the Music Conservatory. Material available includes the following:

  • Keyboard Improvisation Bk (27 chapters)
  • The New Worship Theory Bk (3 vols-35 chapters)
  • Improvisation for Singers & Instrumentalists Bk (13 chapters)
  • Teaching PowerPoints (close to 50)

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PowerPoints

The People in the Presence of God and The New Worship PowerPoints supplement books published by Zondervan and Baker books. If you want to procure a copy, see files. When initially viewed on your screen, the PowerPoint formatting may appear to be off.  Enlarge it, or better yet, download it, and all will be fine.

Drafts/Updates/New Stuff/Copyright

These works are ongoing projects. Drafts are continuing to be revised as I teach. Updates will be posted. New chapters/works will appear.  A separate copyright notice is posted for each work within the post categories.

12 thoughts on “WorshipInfo.com

  1. Greetings! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a group of volunteers and starting a new
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  2. hi.. thanks for the lessons.. its a great joy that you share.. i can imagine how heaven will be looking at the love christians can have for one another.. im sure this kind of giving is a kingdom giving and i know that God has done great work in you and thru your ministry.. im sure a heart which reaches out to the lost souls can do this.. and im glad to receive your portion of the body of christ.. though we are not in the same local church we belong to the Body of christ.. im glad im saved!!!! thanks again!!

    Joel

  3. I’m trying to track down an article by Barry Liesch titled, “14 Ways Pastors Can Improve Congregational Song”. I need to be able to cite the source ASAP. Thanks.

    • Jeffrey, that may have been something I wrote some time ago. I’ll look around and see if I can find it. Right now, I don’t even remember writing anything with that title, though the topic would be something that would seriously have my attention.

  4. Any help you could give would be appreciated. I have the following sentence in which I quoted you. “Ensure congregational singing is linked to a life-style worship; that there is a continuation between the life lived Monday through Saturday and the songs sung on Sunday.” Thanks again.

      • Dr. Liesch,

        the Director of the Doctoral Ministry program at Nazarene Theological Seminary, Dr. Douglas Hardy, suggested, “You could also ask Dr. Liesch if he would be willing to be attributed to the quote (or a variant that he would approve)—then you could cite it as a conversation with a current date.” Would this be acceptable to you?

  5. Awesome site. I just stumbled across your site last night as I was browsing the web. I’m an amateur musician, never having had formal training. I hope to be back to your site often to take advantage of all that is available here. Thank you for making this freely available!

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