We Are Waiting New Up Tempo Advent and Christmas Worship Song

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‘We Are Waiting’ recorded with Mike O’Brien and Rachel Noel in Atlanta in October 2020.

Words and Music by Mike O’Brien and Jeffrey Alan Miller

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A Worship Leader’s Guide to Surviving and Thriving this Christmas

From Grinch to Glory

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As the Christmas season approaches the demands for those overseeing the worship experience in our faith communities multiplies exponentially. Just like others, our calendars fill up with parties, pageants, and family gatherings but unlike everyone else, as musicians, we are responsible for adding the soundtrack to the season. That means recruiting more volunteers, more prep time, more rehearsals, and more stress. If you are like me, EVERY Christmas in memory (since I was 5 years old) has some sort of production attached to the season. Every. Single. Year. This yearly rhythm can steal our joy and get us into a mode of just surviving the season.