Blessings in His Name!
There is an easy way to extend your worship songs
by using a deceptive cadence. There is an article
at the website and how to use it with
‘Lord I Lift Your Name On High.’
How to use Deceptive Cadence
This is a book with 2 CDs by Ric Holloway that
uses popular and contemporary Worship Songs. You’ll
learn lots of cool strumming patterns to use with
familiar songs by Third Day, Steven Curtis Chapman,
Paul Baloche, News Boys, Mercy Me, Jeremy Camp,
Chris Tomlin, Casting Crowns and more. There are
50 wonderful songs that you’ll love playing.
Learn 50 Worship Songs
About the new course:
“Bravo! You do a great job of explaining things
clearly and have an excellent scope and sequence.
All of my playing and teaching guitar has been
chord-based with a little bit of walking up and
down on the bass strings and identifying suspensions,
adding 2, 6, 9, etc. This is broadening my
perspective and will consequently broaden my
students’ perspective as well.
Thank you for sharing your skills and creating
such accessible resources.”
The new course is here:
Music Theory For Guitar
And from Martha about our main lessons…
“I just can’t thank you enough for your wonderful
DVDs! Your DVDs have given me the confidence in
playing that I never had before and as a result
of that I am now going to use the DVDs to teach
my 11 year old granddaughter to play also.
She is VERY excited and so is grandma!”
God Bless You Jean,
Thank-you Martha & Carol!
I’ve been thinking a lot about King David’s life.
He sure made a lot of mistakes, but God always
compares him to the rest of the kings as the
standard of someone with a heart for God.
King David was a worshipper. Jesus told the
Samaritan woman that a time was coming when people
would worship God in spirit and in truth.
As we worship and abide in Christ our lives bear
fruit. Oh, may we all have worshipping hearts
Worship Him with all of your heart because He
loves you with all of His.
Christian Guitar Lessons