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Sometimes the best worship music sounds nothing like worship music. For this special Advent episode of the ALT podcast, I flew up to New York City to hang with two musical artists who are writing some of the most interesting liturgical music I’ve ever heard. Eric Marshall (of Young Oceans) & David Gungor (of The Brilliance) are […]


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Christian Nationalism & the Liturgy of the Empire: is American Evangelicalism the way of the Kingdom? On the 13th episode of the ALT podcast, charismatic pastor Brian Zahnd shares his story & unpacks all sorts of goodness. Brian is the pastor of Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri. He’s also authored a few books, such […]

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  • Stations of the Cross

    I’ve always been into cathedrals and the idea of a worship space telling story through various aspects, such as architecture, stained glass & art. And recently, I have come to appreciate more ancient & liturgical approaches to curating worship environments. There’s just something very powerful about immersing ourselves in imagery that aims our gaze towards […]

  • Grace (by Beth Moore)

    One of my favorite people in the world is Beth Moore. I remember the first time I heard her speak; it was at Passion’s OneDay gathering in 2000. The way she communicated truth had such a gentle yet bold authority about it. Her messages have continued to impact & shape my faith for years. In […]

  • Implementing Environmental Projection

      I love to hear pastors, worship leaders, artists & theologians speak on the power of visuals in worship. It fires me up way more than all the tech-talk, and it shows that we’re not just a bunch of kids playing around with toys because we’re bored or something. There is something very deep & […]

  • Vapor Meditation

    Meaningless. Meaningless. Everything is meaningless. ~ Ecclesiastes 1  This is a visual meditation I created based on the “Vapor” EP by The Liturgists. The imagery was curated & VJ’d live for the PRAXIS Conference. The Liturgists is a new collective made up of musicians, worship leaders, authors, scientists, doubters, pastors & visual artists. The collective, spearheaded by Michael […]

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ProPresenter & ProVideoPlayer 2 are my go-to apps for projection. I've also created a handful of digital illuminations, many of which come FREE with the purchase of software.

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"The Guidebook for Visual Worship" & the Visual Workshop series are designed to train & inspire your visual worship team.

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