Worship Music

By Kent Morris · April 12, 2018
Some see a method of regulating tempo and establishing new musical styles, others envision noise and an infiltration of secular values. Here's a look at approaches and options.

WFM Staff · May 01, 2017
Grow Your Tech and Worship Arts Teams. Scheduled for May 15-16, 2017, come to Raleigh, NC for WFX REACH to help grow the skills of your church's tech and worship arts teams.

WFM Staff · February 09, 2017
The partnership will result in expanded training at the REACH Conference and the debut of a new worship conference titled We Are Worship that will be co-located at WFX 2017 in Dallas, Texas.

Jim Kumorek · December 22, 2016
A discussion on copyright law’s impact on the playing of commercially available music such as CDs, and how it applies to houses of worship.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · July 27, 2016
Regardless of the size of your church, the worship arts come with challenges. Some are specific to small churches, others to large, and still others are universal.

By Luke McElroy · February 11, 2016
As we pursue excellence we can learn to do more, with less, in our creative elements.

WFM Staff · October 30, 2015
National Praise and Worship Institute to Produce and Present Worship Training Curriculum at Worship Facilities Conference and Expo in Nashville

WFM Staff · August 20, 2015
A partnership between the Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) and National Praise and Worship Institute (NPWI) will present an integrated curriculum created by NPWI faculty on how to better unify technical and worship teams.

June 04, 2015
In-ear monitors are known to help improve the overall sound quality by dramatically reducing noise on stage. However, many musicians complain about poor audio, unfamiliar/ isolated sound, even dizziness which can make the transition to IEM frustrating.

October 14, 2014
Presented by Chaplain Debbie Smartnick of the International Fellowship of Chaplains at WFX Dallas 2014