In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey hitting our state of Texas, we, like so many of you, have been looking for ways to help those who were impacted by the storm. Now that the flood waters have receded, many people are left with the daunting task of ridding their homes of everything that was ruined in the flood along with anything retaining moisture that will cause mold to grow and pose a threat to their health. Last week, we were able to see the needs first hand, as a group from our Austin office drove to Houston and spent the day as a water extraction team in one of these homes, through the flood relief efforts of Antioch Church. Antioch has been key in organizing teams of volunteers from all over the country who come to Houston and they’ve already made an impact on over 150 homes, which is amazing! However, the need is still greater.
As we were there this week, their team shared that their biggest need is for more people to come and serve. They’ve organized hundreds of volunteers and they still have a long list of homes that need help. SO, if you’re in Texas or a surrounding state and want to help, we encourage you to GO! Drive in with some friends, family, or maybe your worship team, come to Houston and they’ll provide the tools, training, and send you out to a home in need. If you can’t go, but you’re able to give, we encourage you to do so and 100% of your giving will be used by Antioch Houston to provide relief to flood victims. For every dollar you give, we’ll match it up to $10,000.
We’ve set up giving links for $5, $50, or $250 through our online store which you can purchase with cash or credits from your account. If you’d prefer to give to Antioch Houston directly, just send us the receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll match it.
For more info, we encourage you to reach out to Antioch Houston or contact us through email@example.com.
Sing On! is a brand new full-length album from Seattle, Washington-based collective The Sing Team, full of unique new arrangements of such classic hymn favorites as "Just As I Am," "All Creatures of Our God and King," and "To God All Praise and Glory." Worship leader Brian Eichelberger explains that this new project "features purposeful hymns that we have sung at weddings and funerals, with our children as lullabies, and at a grandparent's deathbed. They are songs that have been sung by people of all nationalities and backgrounds—some of them for hundreds of years. We thought it timely to release these songs as a reminder to what people of Christian faith have sung for generations, and as we, The Sing Team, have ourselves also chosen to “Sing On.” If you are looking for some dynamic new hymn arrangements to share with your congregations, check out all of the songs from Sing On! today. The album is now available on iTunes and in MultiTrack and RehearsalMix formats.
Celebrated worship leader Lincoln Brewster, known for church and radio favorites like "There Is Power," "Today Is The Day" and "Let The Praises Ring," recently releasesd his first new music in over three years with the single "No One Like Our God," now available through Integrity Music. The track, which is available to radio and digital platforms, is the first release from Brewster following his critically acclaimed 2014 album Oxygen. "No One Like Our God" is also the first track from a new project, his 10th album, in production and set for release March 2018. As it recognizes the power and authority of God and marvels at as His grace and love, this new song will have worshippers boldly proclaiming that "There is no one like our God!" Download your copy of "No One Like Our God" today on iTunes and pick up the original Master MultiTracks here on MultiTracks.com.
This week we're featuring "Endlessly" by Josh Baldwin as the "Play of the Week." You'll hear the full instrumentation and will be able to access to the song for free for the entire week through this Sunday, September 24 in our MultiTrack app, Playback. If you've never used Playback, now is a great time to download it for free on the App Store and try it out. What better way to start the week than with some new music?
We are excited to bring you our newest MultiTracks.com Session of "Endlessly," performed by Bethel Music artist Josh Baldwin who stopped in at our studio a few months ago while he was in town for the 2017 Worship Nights Tour. "Endlessly" is an incredible new song from Josh's latest solo release, The War Is Over, that brings Jesus our highest praise and rejoices that His grace has covered our sins once and for all. We hope you enjoy this exclusive acoustic performance of "Endlessly" by Bethel Music and Josh Baldwin today, recorded live at the MultiTracks.com Studio in Austin, TX. For more MultiTracks.com Sessions, subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out our Sessions Page here on MultiTracks.com
Join Ableton Live Certified Trainer Will Doggett as he explains how to use the powerful features of Ableton Live for your worship ministry. In this 8-hour intensive workshop, you'll get a comprehensive view of Ableton Live and its many useful applications, ranging from running tracks to triggering lights, lyrics, and video in perfect synchronization. You'll learn the basics of Live, how it handles audio, how to run tracks in both Session and Arrangement Views, how to record and edit audio/MIDI and how to use Ableton Live for keyboard sounds in a live setting. Whether you've been using Live for years, or are just getting started, this workshop will give you a deeper understanding of how Live works and how you can use it in your worship service.
As an Ableton Live Certified Trainer, Will Doggett knows what the powerful features of Ableton Live and MultiTracks can do for your worship ministry. In no time at all, you'll have the basic knowledge you need to run tracks, as well as trigger lights, lyrics, and video in perfect synchronization. To register, call (800) 222-4700 or visit the Worship Connect page at Sweetwater.com.
Please note: This workshop will not be recorded or broadcast online. To get the most from this class, be sure to bring your laptop with Ableton pre-loaded on it to go through the exercises with the instructor!
Zach Williams' first full-length album, Chain Breaker, comes from a place of humility and honesty as these songs are a direct reflection of God's redemption in Williams' life as he heals from a past life of addiction, darkness, and hopelessness. He shares, "Jesus came and died on the cross so there would be a way for the chains of those struggles and addictions to be broken. If you have pain, He's a pain taker, if you're lost, He is the way maker, and if you've got chains, He's the chain breaker. The first step is allowing Him to come in so He can set you free." Chain Breaker is a reminder of these truths about Jesus. Last year, we released the MultiTracks for Zach's first single "Chain Breaker" and since then, we have received numerous requests for more of his music. We're excited to let you know that the rest of the songs from Zach's Chain Breaker album are now available in RehearsalMix and MultiTracks formats, including "Song of Deliverance" and "Old Church Choir." Download your copy of Chain Breaker today on iTunes and introduce these songs to your congregations with the Original Master MultiTracks.
Earlier this year, North Point InsideOut led its Nothing Ordinary worship event for 10,000 people at the Infinite Energy Arena in Atlanta and today, they have released a second EP containing live recordings from that night. Featuring five tracks, “Every Beat,” “Written,” “Enough For Me,” “Heaven Is Here,” and “Giants (Nothing’s Impossible),” Nothing Ordinary LIVE Part 2 presents a compilation of worship songs that range from energetic pop melodies to moving ballads. With the sound of a packed, engaged audience in the background, this live recording puts listeners into the arena and allows them to feel an immediate connection with the band’s ministry. This EP follows the summer release of Nothing Ordinary LIVE Part 1, which features the event’s other performances. We are excited to bring you all of the songs from this new EP in RehearsalMix and MultiTracks formats and encourage you to pick up your own copy of the album on iTunes.