Worship Leader Magazine

So I just found out I am listed on worship leader magazine site. here .

Thanks guys for the plug. I love the magazine and subscribe to song discovery also.

If anybody reading this hasn’t checked them out. go now

11 thoughts on “Worship Leader Magazine

  1. Hey, nice one Klampert. How’d you manage that? 😉
    Those hits are rocketing up now…!

    Is the magazine worth subscribing to? I was looking for a PDF version, but couldn’t see the option.

  2. Check you out Big Timer! That’s awesome.
    I’ve gotta plug Worship Leader mag. Every issue doesn’t blow me away but it’s a great resource for worship leaders out there for practical and theological tools relating to the worshiping musician.

  3. Personally, I’ve been disappointed with the SongDiscovery CD’s lately. I know everyone’s tastes are different…seems like they’re picking a lot of tunes just because they’re “cool” or “different”, not because they are congregationally appropriate…just my opinion…

  4. oh I def. agree with that paul. I usually find 3 songs that are really usable, but those songs are usually great. the rest are uh ok at best…and not for church.

  5. That’s a growing trend these days I think. Some songs that are popping up recently require a full band of hired session musicians to do the song justice.

    For me, a good song is one that can even be played at a minimalistic level (i.e. acoustic and voice) and still sound great!

    Every church cannot produce the quality of churches like Hillsong, etc. I don’t think God overlooks the rest of us, with our simple song arrangements. In fact, I know he doesn’t. He was there last Sunday with me. 😉

  6. Exactly SNOWDUDE. Good song can be done justice with one instrument. And God can work through anything…
    I was talking with somebody last night think of how bad it sounded in the old testament with 100 guys with shofars blowing all at different pitches. lol

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