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The podcast is for Church Music Makers, to connect with one another, help each other out with ideas and resources and support for each other. For blog posts and more about Church Music Makers, check out www.churchmusicmakers.com or join the Facebook group at facebook.com/churchmusicmakers

Church Music Makers Podcast Craig Harmann

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The podcast is for Church Music Makers, to connect with one another, help each other out with ideas and resources and support for each other. For blog posts and more about Church Music Makers, check out www.churchmusicmakers.com or join the Facebook group at facebook.com/churchmusicmakers

    Holy Week

    Holy Week

    Holy Week and Easter is exhausting. On this episode, Craig gives you encouragement for the weekend as well as encouragement for next week! 

    • 9 min
    Professional Christian with Sarah Bereza

    Professional Christian with Sarah Bereza

    Dr. Sarah Bereza is a church musician, author and researcher. She's written an amazing book for ministers called "Professional Christian" and in this episode, Craig and Sarah discuss the book and how we as ministers can fully be ourselves in the spotlight of public ministry. To find out more about Sarah, go to sarah-bereza.com.



    Also, check out the Church Music Makers Patreon and sign up at patreon.com/churchmusicmakers

    • 37 min
    Work and Worship with Dr. Matthew Kaemingk

    Work and Worship with Dr. Matthew Kaemingk

    Dr. Matthew Kaemingk is a public theologian who explores questions facing Christians serving in politics, culture and the marketplace. He teaches ethics and public theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has written a book called Work and Worship, which you can find out more about here. It challenges church leaders to consider how we formulate and execute our weekly worship services to encourage workers to go out into the world with their faith and let their lights shine. 



    You can find out more about Dr. Kaemingk at matthewkaemingk.com



    Find out more about Church Music Makers coaching at churchmusicmakers.com/coaching

    • 38 min
    Influences and Encouragements

    Influences and Encouragements

    We have lots of influences and encouragements in our lives. Those people impact us and help to form who we are as people, as ministers, and as musicians. On this episode, Craig talks about a couple of people who influenced and encouraged him and the lessons learned from them, as well as how we can encourage and influence others around us. To find the latest blog post that Craig references, check out churchmusicmakers.com

    • 24 min
    Soundtracks

    Soundtracks

    Soundtracks are all around us, whether they are musical soundtracks, or, as Jon Acuff brings up in his book “Soundtracks”, the thoughts, ideas and self-talk that plays in our head about our life. In this episode, Craig unpacks a bit about our soundtracks for ourselves, our lives and our ministries.

    • 26 min
    African American composers

    African American composers

    On this podcast episode, Craig talks about searching for African American composers and arrangers for organ music, as well as choral music and handbell music. You can find a listing (with links) of organ music here: https://churchmusicmakers.com/product/african-american-organ-music/ Find out more about Church Music Makers at churchmusicmakers.com and you can join the email newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/gnZpLb

    • 12 min

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Kent Sanders, Writer ,

A great podcast for church musicians

I've known Craig for a while now, and I'm thrilled to see him launch a podcast. His heart for church musicians, for worship, and for excellence will inspire you. I can't wait to hear more episodes. Get ready -- you're in for a treat!

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