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Free Resource for Church Pianists

Free Resource for Church Pianists

Todd Billlingsley is offering a well-written, practical eBook to help church pianists at no cost. This little book is chocked full of easy-to-implement tips for playing piano in traditional and contemporary worship.

88keys_bookFor traditional pianists, it provides ideas for

  • Creatives introductions
  • Different ideas to play on verses
  • Interlude ideas
  • How to modulate to a new key
  • Fun ideas for the final stanza
  • How to create a tag ending

For contemporary pianists, it covers such challenges as:

  • How to read chord charts
  • How to play in a worship band
  • The biggest mistake the traditional pianist makes when playing in a worship band for the first time
  • The ideal sounds to use on a synthesizer

Go to Todd’s site to find this book and many other great resources. All resources are FREE with this discount code: godisgood.

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About The Author

Kenny Lamm

Worship Consultant for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. A frequent worship clinician and guest worship leader. Extensive work in worship renewal in several Asian countries.


  1. Rodney Green

    Thanks so much for the free resources. I look forward to using some of these.

  2. Dan Sigmon

    Thank you so much for the link to Todd’s piano book. As a Worship Pastor who leads our team from the piano, I appreciate the excellent and practical helps with chord progressions, written samples of different styles, and many good ideas. This is a resource I will be glad to share with my students and in my keyboard seminars.
    Blessings to you and your ministry! Dan

  3. Fran Harris

    Thanks so much – have a blessed day.


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