Top 10 Reasons to Host a Worship Guitar Workshop

//TEN//
Teach your guitarists how to play something other than Stairway to Heaven.


//NINE//
The guitar has between 15 & 22 playable frets.
The average guitarist uses only 4 of those.

//EIGHT//
Your more experienced guitarists will gain tools to help them train other guitarists.

//SEVEN//
You just might scare up some guitarists that are hiding in your congregation.

//SIX//
You can serve other churches in the area by opening the workshop up for their players.
(Did we mention they will probably cover a majority of the expenses?)

//FIVE//
These workshops will help your guitarists play well with others.
(Yes, they will learn how to get along with the pianist)

//FOUR//
Church musicians are always looking for a reason to hang out, drink coffee and eat donuts.

//THREE//
There are guitarists in your community who don't yet know Jesus. They just might attend [if invited].

//TWO//
We may not have 10-strings, but it's still a great reason.

//ONE//
Help your guitarists cultivate a servant's heart in their music and ministry.


Host a workshop with little or no damage to your church budget:
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Originally written: September 5, 2010
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