Podcast #4 What Makes for "Good" Children's Worship Music?

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God's Kids Worship
Visit the God’s Kids Worship website.

What’s the deal with poor quality kids music? Does it make you crazy?
If so, then you’re not alone. Too often the technical side of children’s worship music is a low priority. That’s why I wanted to talk with Bob Singleton. He is a real music production professional with years of experience. He’s busy now making some great worship resources for kids.
In this fast moving conversation, we talk about the qualities of good kids worship music. Plus Bob gives some tips for helping kids learn to truly worship God through song.
Directions: To listen to this 20 minute audio recording, just press play below or download the MP3 file to your computer. You can also subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes.
Free Download: Bob wanted to offer a sample of their music for anyone interested. So he’s offering a free download of one of their new songs called “Knock Knock.” It’s a power-rock energized declaration of Rev. 3:20 that will engage every kid. “Listen! He is standing at the door and knocking! If anyone hears His voice and opens the door He will come in!”
(Rev. 3:20)
It will run through midnight , October 1, 2010 (this Friday). Click here and use coupon code mtcfreesong
Everything on that page will be available for free. Just enter the coupon code on the first page of the checkout, and all the prices then change to $0.00. You won’t need to enter any credit card info. Each customer only gets to use the coupon once.

Don’t miss Bob’s excellent article from Children’s Ministry Magazine about music’s role in the faith formation of kids. You can also find God’s Kids Worship on Facebook.

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