NEXT GEN WORSHIP

LOCATION: CORONADO R-T

  • S1 - Cultivating A Rhythm of Worship in Your Church

    Yancy

    What if worship pastors, Kidmin leaders and Student ministry worked together to strategize their worship programs? What if we started teaching kids from the youngest age about worship because we asked the question: what kind of adult worshippers do we want to have? Psalms says “One generation will praise Your acts to another.” We’ll discuss creating strategy and developing a vision to raise generations up with a knowledge of what worship is.

  • S2 - COMING SOON

    Charissa Hernandez and Donna Gillespie (Christ's Church of the Valley)


  • S3 - COMING SOON

    Charissa Hernandez and Donna Gillespie (Christ's Church of the Valley)


  • S4 - Kids Praise: Empowering kids to lead worship

    Jason McLeod and Lindsay Scherb (Maryland Community Church)

    Building a worship culture through kids will dynamically change the worship culture of your church. Jason and Lindsay will provide you with the practical tools and new ideas you need to enhance your own kids worship ministry.

  • S5 - Just Do It: Help the next generation fulfill their calling in Worship

    Jason McLeod and Lindsay Scherb (Maryland Community Church)

    God is calling a child into worship ministry right now! Do you have a plan to help them fulfill that calling? A multigenerational approach to worship can

    change the trajectory of a child’s life and the future of your church forever.

  • S6 - Discipling Kids In Worship

    Yancy

    It’s time to STOP doing songs and START leading children in worship. Yancy is passionate about raising disciples through worship. She will share how your church can create a rhythm of worship through discipleship. The Bible says “people perish for a lack of knowledge”. Teaching kids to worship is the secret sauce you’ve been looking for.

WORSHIP CHOIR

LOCATION: YUCATAN 1-3

  • S1 - The 7 Foundational Pillars of a Worship Choir

    John Bolin

    Description coming soon

  • S2 - Does the Worship Choir Have a Role in the Modern Church?

    Joseph Bolin

    Description coming soon

  • S3 - Multigenerational Worship

    Daniel and Christy Semsen

    Description coming soon

  • S4 - Rehearsal and Recruiting Tools and Techniques

    John Bolin

    Description coming soon

  • S5 - How to Engage a Younger Generation in Worship Choir

    Craig Adams / Trevecca Nazarene University

    Description coming soon

  • S6 - WORSHIP CHOIR PANEL

    John Bolin and Guests

    Description coming soon

CREATIVE

LOCATION: CORONADO C-E

  • S1 - 9 Secrets To Being More Creative

    Stephen Brewster

    Have you ever felt you hit the creative wall or are facing a creative block? What if I told you there are no walls or blocks and that you can be more creative, daily, just by being intentional. Creativity is muscle not magic and in this session we will explore nine exercises you can do to be more creative.

  • S2 - COLLABORATIVE CREATIVITY

    Matt Goss - w/ Ryan Holmes (LCBC’s Director of Creative Worship)

    Inviting others into your creative process can be both an exciting and scary prospect. It takes humility, patience and grit to find ways to truly work with others to create something you couldn’t have done on your own. Ephesians 4:9 says “Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor”. I’ve heard it said that you’re only as good as your best idea. If that’s true; more minds in a creative room will equal more ideas, and if harnessed properly will help guide you to the best ideas.

  • S3 - COMING SOON


  • S4 - Why and how every church should create and release original music

    Stephen Brewster

    We don’t need another song, but your church needs a soundtrack to your ministry. We will talk about the importance of music in your ministry, how to set up a process to create, organize, record, and release music to reach your community.

  • S5 - Essentialism for Worship and Production Teams

    Churchfront / Jake Gosselin

    Stop over complicating your life, leadership, and ministry. Chances are you’re spending a lot of time, energy, and resources on things that don’t actually get you closer to your goals. But today it’s easier than ever to lose focus due to FOMO, shiny object syndrome, and endless “opportunity.” In this workshop, we’ll unpack practical ways to apply the concepts of essentialism to the creative life of a worship and production leader so that you can make a greater impact and grow your ministry.

  • S6 - COMING SOON


PRODUCTION

LOCATION: CORONADO M-N

  • S1 - Ableton Live Tracks and Automation Deep-Dive

    Churchfront / Jake Gosselin

    Ableton Live is the industry standard for running a click, tracks, and automation in worship. In this workshop, you’ll learn about advanced tips and tricks for making the most of Ableton Live. We’ll cover topics like optimal hardware configurations, crafting smooth song transitions, and advanced automation of production and musical equipment. Featuring special guests and Ableton gurus, Adam Beranek (Churchfront) and Matthew Schallmo (Calvary Jupiter).

  • S2 - COMING SOON

    AE Global

  • S3 - Tracks for Worship Made Easy

    Loop Community

    Using multitracks in your worship services is a great way to fill out the sound of your band and fill in for missing musicians. Getting started can be complicated, but it doesn’t have to be! In this workshop you will learn everything you need to know about using tracks in worship. We will build a setlist together, you will learn how to route your audio to your sound system, and more!

  • S4 - Care And Feeding of a Healthy Tech Team

    Sweetwater

    Every worship ministry relies on its tech volunteers – the faithful few who show up early, stay late, and do whatever needs to be done to make sure everything goes smoothly. They're the first in, the last out, and often overlooked until something goes wrong. Their goal is to be invisible as they work to eliminate distractions and keep the focus on worship. Unfortunately, in many cases they remain invisible outside of worship and don’t receive the attention and access to spiritual formation they also desperately need. In this session, we'll have a candid conversation about recruiting, retaining, and most importantly, ministering to your tech volunteers.

  • S5 - coming soon

    Pure Heart Church

  • S6 - coming soon

    Pure Heart Church

LEADERSHIP

LOCATION: DURANGO 1-2

  • S1 - How To Hear From God: A Proven System for Daily Devotions

    Scot Longyear

    Most ministry leaders admit that they struggle with a consistent time with the Lord. What if you could constantly hear from God? What if you could sense his voice like never before? What if you could start each day with an intimate, deep time with Christ? The solution is easier than you think. With the right system, you can hear from God with great clarity. In this workshop, Pastor Scot Longyear shares the simple system of Life Journaling. Originally developed by Pastor Wayne Cordeiro (New Hope Fellowship, Oahu), Life Journaling is a system of daily scripture reading and writing. Scot will give an overview of the Life Journaling system and lead each person through life journaling from start to finish.

  • S2 - LEADING YOURSELF

    Ken Hartley

    Before you can lead others, you have to lead yourself, but what steps do you take? Ken will give you specific and immediately applicable answers to these questions.

  • S3 - THE VALUE OF VOLUNTEERS

    Jen Smale

    One of the most valuable assets we have in ministry is people. Ironically, some of the most frustrating aspects of ministry also involve people. Therefore, learning to recruit, train, steward and shepherd the people who volunteer on our teams is crucial, not only to our church mission, but to our Kingdom reflection. Building a strong volunteer culture strengthens the Body on both an individual and corporate level. Staff members help chart the course, but volunteers help power the vessel! So, let’s work together to understand their value, appreciate their value and cultivate their value. 

  • S4 - MULTISITE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

    Matt Goss

    Lessons learned from launches, mergers, online gatherings, and how LCBC Church grew from one to nineteen locations. Some areas we will explore in this session:

    - Is a multisite approach right for everyone?

    - Consistent programming vs autonomy

    - Mergers/ Acquisitions

    - Building a consistent culture

    - Video Worship

  • S5 - ARE WE THERE YET?

    Randy Monroe

    As we move through our ministry, we discover it's much more about the journey than it is the destincation. We will discuss some of the road markers along with how to avoid the potholes and speed bumps that often find us.

  • S6 - THE WORSHIP CYCLE

    Ray Jones

    In this workshop, we will explore how to live a lifestyle of worship.

MUSIC

LOCATION: FIESTA 1-2

  • S1 - The Music Director (MD) Role in Worship

    Johann Acuña

    Have you felt the tension of keeping the band together and tight during times of worship? Are transitions choppy and rigid? Would you like to flow a bit more and add flexibility within your services, but you’re not sure if your band will be able to follow properly? The utilization of a music director (MD) can help provide clarity, flexibility, and confidence that will help you improve the freedom and quality of your worship experiences. We will be exploring the role of the MD, looking at various ways to utilize this role, and help set your team up for success.

  • S2 - COMING SOON

    Drums / Bass

  • S3 - COMING SOON

    Drums / Bass

  • S4 - the connected stage

    MultiTracks

    What would your services be like if lyrics, video elements, lights, chord charts, instrument patches, and stage displays never missed a cue? What if they not only followed your set, but perfectly cued even spontaneous moments? What would happen if your production was perfectly automated for each moment and kept worshippers’ attention where it should be? What if your band showed up completely prepared so they can lead worship with comfort and confidence? Automating worship production has previously been reserved for those with big budgets or hours of free time to invest in learning complicated software, but not anymore.

     

    Join MultiTracks.com Director of Products Kristian Ponsford as he showcases new and intuitive technology that can help eliminate distractions in worship, increase your production quality, and ultimately give you more time to focus on what matters.

     

    All class attendees will leave with a complete set of resources including tracks, lyric slides, chord charts, pads, and more to fully experience The Connected Stage in their own services!

  • S5 - COMING SOON

    Guitar / Keys

  • S6 - COMING SOON

    Guitar / Keys

KEYNOTE

LOCATION: MONTERAY 1-3

  • S1 - COMING SOON

    Mack Brock

  • S2 - Longevity in Leadership: How to Lead through Heartache, Disappointment and New Assignments

    Natalie Runion

    Natalie will discuss how we can lead well as we navigate our own church hurt, difficult seasons and life circumstances that often make us want to quit and walk away from a position of leadership or the church altogether In this session we will navigate the tension of transition together and how we can learn to abide to Jesus and grow deep roots in our relationship with Christ despite what is happening all around us. Come ready to be equipped and encouraged and called even deeper into your love of Jesus and His Church.

  • S3 - COMING SOON

    Andi Rozier

  • S4 - COMING SOON

    Meredith Andrews

  • S5 - COMING SOON

    Hope Darst

  • S6 - LIVE PODCAST RECORDING

    Worship Leader Probs

    Description coming soon

SONGWRITERS (LISTENING PANELS & PUBLISHING)

LOCATION: FIESTA 3-4

  • S1-S6 - LISTENING PANEL

    Aaron Rice

    Dove and Grammy Award nominated songwriter and producer, Aaron Rice, will be leading these listening panels. Bring your latest worship song and allow songwriters, industry artists, and major publishers the opportunity to listen, review, and critique your work. Please bring your song on a jump drive, with three paper copies of the lyrics.