I’ve listed some of the seminars you can choose from below. Click on the title to download the MP3. You can also visit the Sovereign Grace Ministries website to download the pdfs or check out more seminars.
Developing a Music Academy for God’s Glory – Ken and Rachael Boer
Speaking from their experience at Covenant Life Church, Ken and Rachael share the challenges and joys of seeking to raise up skilled servant musicians from the next generation through a church-based music academy.
Do You Thirst for God? – Donald Whitney
Don Whitney describes the differences between the empty soul, the dry soul, and the satisfied soul, and helps you understand how God initiates a thirst for him so that he might fulfill it.
First Things First: Maintaining Priorities on and around the Worship Team – Julie Kauflin and others
How does a mom of young children manage life at home while seeking to serve on the worship team? When is it time to take a sabbatical and when is it time to press through in faith? This seminar features women from different seasons of life who have faced these questions and found ways to maintain God’s priorities on and around the worship team.
Keyboardists: From Notes to Charts – Bryan Deitrich
The goal of this seminar is to help classically trained pianists interpret guitar charts effectively and find a part to play within the context of a contemporary band sound.
Let All the People Be Glad: Corporate Worship and Expressiveness – Bob Kauflin
This seminar addresses the role, importance, and limitations of bodily expression in corporate worship.
Overcoming the Fear of Man – Craig Cabaniss
In this biblically insightful seminar, Craig talks about the danger, deception, and delusion of the fear of man and how you can experience deliverance through the gospel.
Reviving the Hymns – David Ward
David Ward, who has been writing new tunes for hymns for ten years through ReformedPraise.org, shares what he’s been learning about reviving hymns while still appreciating what previous generations have passed on to us.
What Are You Talking About? What to Say When You’re Not Singing – Bob Kauflin
Some worship leaders talk too much, some too little. This seminar deals with how to determine when to say something that will serve those you’re leading, as well as what, how, and why to say it.
Worship in the Valley – Matt Mason
Whatever role you play in the public worship ministry of your church, there are times when you don’t “feel” like standing up in front of a congregation and leading them in worship. Matt Mason knows what that’s like, as he was a worship pastor in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit. Matt shares from his own life, and more importantly from the Word of God, how we can find faith to praise God in the midst of adversity.
For MP3s of all the main session and seminars, with outlines, go here.