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What do You Want for Christmas?

Remember as a kid when catalogs and ads on TV started popping up, encouraging you to start your Christmas wish list? No doubt you gave that list to your parents or sent a letter to Santa.

Well, what if Christmas came to your worship team today – what would be on your wish list?

Would it be equipment for you or the team? Or would it be more rehearsal time with your team (maybe even a way to get more out of the rehearsal time you already have)?

Maybe you’d like a salary or honorarium for your time as a worship leader, better singers or players, help in developing a fresh and creative worship experience, pre-planned set lists, fresh ideas on worship, or the ability to write and develop your own worship songs.

I know it’s not Christmas, and you don’t believe in Santa. But I’d love for you to do a “wish list” of the Top 7 things you’d like for you and your worship team!

Because here at Expressive Worship, we’re concocting some ways to help you get at least a few things off your wish list in the near future…

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Tom Jackson

Tom Jackson, world renowned Live Music Producer, helps musicians and worship teams develop songs into “unique worship moments.” His Live Music Methods help create freedom in the room so your congregation can express their worship more freely and passionately than ever before! Tom has worked with nearly every genre from rock to pop to Christian Gospel, impacting major artists and worship leaders such as Jars of Clay, Casting Crowns, NewSong, Sidewalk Prophets, Chris Tomlin, Francesca Battistelli, Todd Agnew, Phillips, Craig & Dean, Parachute Band, The Martins, plus a multitude of independent artists.

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  1. Katie says:

    1. for everyone to attend a TJ worship workshop
    2. wireless microphones
    3. a screen on the back wall for lyrics so we don’t have to use music stands
    4. for people to show up to practice knowing the songs well
    5. wireless EVERYTHING for that matter so we can all move around!
    that’s all i got so far :)

  2. james maloni says:

    My 7 wishes are: 1) Be a worship team once again. 2-7: read wish no. 1

  3. Taylor Burleson says:

    7 wishes, hmmm….
    1-Get back to WORSHIP. Less show and less fake.
    2-A bass player
    3-Wireless mics
    4-Larger stage/practice space
    5-More confidence
    6-More connection with the audience
    I guess 6 is enough. Thanks!

  4. Autumn Seyfried says:

    1. to flow more in the annointing and as a unified team
    2. for everyone to show great passion, enthusiasm and some initiative
    3. to not have to play everything like the cd, to find our ‘own’ sound
    4. to write our own stuff
    5. more confidence
    6. lead guitarist
    7. wireless everything, but i’d be happy to start with wireless mics

    This is not just my wishlist, it’s my prayer journal!!
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