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Welcome to the Sonnet House Small Groups page. Here you'll be able to access the Monthly Updates, along with the various devotional videos and PDFs for you and your team. Below are the Sweetwater Sessions that will help improve your skills in a variety of ways.
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Evaluating the “Win”

Leadership

After clarifying the “win,” you can then evaluate areas where the team hit the target, as well as areas that can be improved. Jeff Sandstrom and the team share their thoughts on how to build each other up as you have healthy conversa...

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Defining the “Win”

Leadership

Jeff and the band discuss the importance of clarifying the “win”. Identifying what “success” means for everyone on the team, so each person is on the same page. Only when a team knows where the target is, can they hit it. This p...

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Preparing for the “Win”

Audio Best Practice

Defining the “win” is only the beginning of the process for any worship team. It’s preparing for the “win” that makes the difference in delivering an effective worship experience. Jeff shares practical thoughts on ways the team...

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Stop. Listen. Worship!

Leadership

When regularly involved in the production of music for worship, it’s a common challenge to get distracted when assessing the technical performance of others. The members of the band share thoughts on helpful ways to bring your focus ba...

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Recovering from Mistakes

Musician Best Practice

Sometimes, mistakes just happen. Finding ways to work past the moment can help maintain the flow of worship. Todd shares personal stories and helpful tips on recovering from mistakes. This page is only available to members. Already a m...

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Hear the In-Ear Mixes

Musician Best Practice

Having the proper mix in your monitors can make all the difference in your performance. Listen as Jeff Sandstrom goes through each instrument to reveal what the members of Chris Tomlin’s band hear in their in-ear monitors. This page i...

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Leaving Room for Change in Worship

Leadership

It’s helpful to have an organized plan when coming together for worship. However, sometimes it’s okay to deviate from the plan when a moment calls for it. Todd Fields shares his thoughts on staying sensitive to opportunities for chan...

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Preparing Your Heart for Worship

Leadership

One of the best ways to prepare for corporate worship are in times of worship when you are alone. A great time to do this is when you’re learning your worship set during the week before rehearsal. The members of the band share their re...

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Leading Others Well in Worship

Leadership

A great way to connect and engage with your congregation during worship is to acknowledge something common in the moment. Todd shares about the value of truly leading your congregation in worship. This page is only available to members...

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Building Set Lists for Worship

Leadership

Choosing the songs for worship can sometime be a daunting task. How do you balance what is new with what is familiar? How do you manage songs well without getting stagnant? Todd Fields shares tips for building set lists for worship. Th...

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Self-Mixing as a Drummer

Musician Best Practice

As a drummer, it’s important to be able to “read” the room and have an understanding of how your drum volume is affecting the over mix. Travis Nunn (drummer for Chris Tomlin) shares insights on the importance of self-mixing as a dr...

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Audio Best Practice

Preparing for the “Win”

Audio Best Practice

Defining the “win” is only the beginning of the process for any worship team. It’s preparing for the “win” that makes the difference in delivering an effective worship experience. Jeff shares practical thoughts on ways the team can...

0

Musician Best Practice

Hear the In-Ear Mixes

Musician Best Practice

Having the proper mix in your monitors can make all the difference in your performance. Listen as Jeff Sandstrom goes through each instrument to reveal what the members of Chris Tomlin’s band hear in their in-ear monitors....

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Self-Mixing as a Drummer

Musician Best Practice

As a drummer, it’s important to be able to “read” the room and have an understanding of how your drum volume is affecting the over mix. Travis Nunn (drummer for Chris Tomlin) shares insights on the importance of self-mixing as a drummer....

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Leadership

Evaluating the “Win”

Leadership

After clarifying the “win,” you can then evaluate areas where the team hit the target, as well as areas that can be improved. Jeff Sandstrom and the team share their thoughts on how to build each other up as you have healthy...

0

Defining the “Win”

Leadership

Jeff and the band discuss the importance of clarifying the “win”. Identifying what “success” means for everyone on the team, so each person is on the same page. Only when a team knows where the target is, can they hit it....

0

Stop. Listen. Worship!

Leadership

When regularly involved in the production of music for worship, it’s a common challenge to get distracted when assessing the technical performance of others. The members of the band share thoughts on helpful ways to bring your focus...

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Leaving Room for Change in Worship

Leadership

It’s helpful to have an organized plan when coming together for worship. However, sometimes it’s okay to deviate from the plan when a moment calls for it. Todd Fields shares his thoughts on staying sensitive to opportunities for...

0

Preparing Your Heart for Worship

Leadership

One of the best ways to prepare for corporate worship are in times of worship when you are alone. A great time to do this is when you’re learning your worship set during the week before rehearsal. The members of the band share their...

0

Building Set Lists for Worship

Leadership

Choosing the songs for worship can sometime be a daunting task. How do you balance what is new with what is familiar? How do you manage songs well without getting stagnant? Todd Fields shares tips for building set lists for worship....

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