We are so excited to announce an amazing line up of speakers for the 2020 Worship Summit Live! In this live video, the team at PTZOptics, Paul Richards and Tess Protesto announced the first line up of speakers for the Summit.
Jake is the leader of ChurchFront an organization that helps church leaders small and large grow in creative ways. Jake creates free content on his blog, Youtube Channel, and podcast to help others grow themselves and their church.
Will Doggett is an Ableton Live Certified Trainer and the Founder of From Studio to Stage, an online resource dedicated to teaching people how to learn to perform with Ableton Live on stage. He’s passionate about making complex things simple and has been teaching others to use Ableton Live as a tool for Leading Worship since 2008. He has served the church in many roles as Worship Leader, Music Director, Creative Director, and Production Director.
Dave Dolphin is a worship pastor at Cherokee Hills Baptist Church in the Oklahoma City area with a passion to equip other worship pastors to lead worship ministries with
excellence. Through the Practical Worship YouTube channel and the Practical Worship Podcast, he shares ideas, tips and practical advice for the everyday worship leader with over 20 years of experience in music ministry.
Seth is best known online as the Digital Pastor. But in his hometown of Spokane Washington, Seth is the Pastor of Covenant Church. Seth is a leader in church production technology.
Dr. Barry Hill
Dr. Barry R. Hill is the author of “Mixing for God” and the director of the Audio & Music Production Degree Program at the Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania. Dr. Hill will be presenting on audio for church production.
Tom Sinclair is the founder of his Church Grace Anglican in Fairhope, Alabama. He is also the founder of the popular Streaming Idiots Show.
Fred is a recent college graduate from Tulsa, Oklahoma with a passion for electronics repair and creative writing. He has been working with and repairing computers ever since he was introduced to computers by his uncle at the age of 8. He’s been developing innovative customer solutions for EasyWorship since 2017.
Dan Willard has been helping EasyWorship customers troubleshoot since 2006. He is head of all things training and teaches a weekly webinar which helps EasyWorship newbies look like pros. Dan also loves playing music and has been a worship leader since 2000. He enjoys golfing and eating good food, but not as much as he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.