Posted by Wisdom Moon on 8 March 2016

Does your worship team have resources at their fingertips to learn how to play new songs and improve their musicianship? If the answer is "no", I would like to invite you to enter your team into this special giveaway from our friends from WorshipArtistry.com.

Here's more about Worship Artistry:

Not every worship team has the 30-piece band featured on the latest recordings, so we arrange each song for a 5-piece. Now you can sound just like the track without needing to use one. Don’t even have a team? Each guitar and keyboard lesson features a solo chapter so you can lead the song on your own.

The song lessons provide as much or as little teaching as each player needs. Beginners can watch in-depth teaching on tone, parts and technique while advanced players can watch a quick song play-through, check the charts and be good to go.

Worship Artistry not only captures our music, but the heart of worship within it. There’s nothing else like it.”-Jon Egan, Desperation Band

Here's how to enter:

Simply leave a comment below letting us know the name of your church, with city and state, as well as how many people are on your worship team.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be a U.S. resident and at least 18 years old to enter.

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