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Worship Song Chords - and more
July 02, 2018

If you've been a subscriber for a while you may be wondering what happened to this newsletter. Is the website still viable? Is church-musician-jobs still online?

The good news is YES! The bad news is life has become busier and busier. Hmmm, not unlike the narrow path we should be walking - lots of distractions abound - and not all of them profitable.

Some ideas I'm working on involve instruction videos and audio recordings of popular domain hymns. You can check the link here

Worship Song Chords

Don't forget you can check the link below for previous editions of the Church Musician Newsletter.

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Free Music Download

Here's a "thank you" for your support for this newsletter, the website and Facebook page too.

Just wanted to give you all a little something to show how much I appreciate your support.

The CD I recorded and sold online back in 2001 is now available for a *FREE* !! Download it from:

Thanks and Enjoy!

How to find a job using this web site

I've received many inquiries about how to search through the 300+ job openings on the web site. The easiest way is to go here and use cntl-f.

If you're reading this as text, copy this URL into your browser: Then type what you're looking for into the search bar.

If you have posted a job, make sure you visit your page often. Interested candidates post comments with contact information making your search easier and faster.

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Together we will disciple musicians for the glory of God in practical ways.

All the best,
Jim Snedeker

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