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Worship Overflow Vision

In our first Worship Overflow Podcast episode, we discussed a few of our favorite worship podcasts, as well as how our podcast will differentiate itself from the other ones that we mentioned. We also talked about five commitments that we are making regarding the culture we are pursuing on the Worship Overflow Podcast.

Recommended Worship Podcasts

Worship Leader Training Podcast
  • Alex Enfedjian
  • Once a month
  • Practical topics like tips for rehearsals, stage presence, relationships, improving your sound system, using vocal cues.
  • Good variety of strong practical help.
  • Focuses on one unique topic per episode.
Beyond Sunday Podcast
  • David Santistevan
  • Weekly
  • Interviews with worship leaders who are releasing projects
  • From Paul Baloche to Gungor
  • Topics from the perspective of different influential leaders
Worship Artistry Podcast
  • Weekly
  • Focuses on practical topics about the art of worship music.
  • Tracks, Individual instruments, stage presence, arrangements, how to sing, patches.
  • Interview other writers

Our Vision for the Worship Overflow Podcast

Worship Overflow exists to provoke wonder in hearts that will overflow in true worship by pouring into the contexts of self, family, church, and community.

Systematic, seasonal approach that focuses on one context of worship at a time.
Eventually, we will discuss such practical topics as auditions, rehearsals, stage lighting and design, song selection, and leading a band. But leading worship begins by leading yourself in worship. So on the podcast, we’re going to take our time getting there.
We will begin with your story, personality, strengths and weaknesses, and desires.
After going deep into personal overflow, we’ll begin a new season on family overflow. Then we’ll get into the overflow of worship in your church, and eventually into the overflow of worship into your community.

The Worship Overflow Podcast Culture

  1. A culture of provoking wonder, rather than arguing positions.
  2. A culture of appropriate transparency, rather than projecting an image.
  3. A culture of practical overflow, rather than simply theoretical.
  4. A culture of dialogue, where you can interact and even push back.
  5. A culture that meets you where you are, no matter where that is.

How can you engage?

  • Check us out on social media @provokewonder. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
  • Comment on the articles and podcast show notes.
  • Communicate directly with us.
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