"The problem in CCLI are the gray areas.
Just because you have a CCLI license doesn't give you the rights to broadcast your worship service say via Facebook. So if you wanted to take that route, you would need to also pay for yet…"
"Well, sure, let's dig into this again.
First off, I think CCLI is generally a good thing. While they don't always define exactly what you can do with a song, they provide legal access to (and cataloging of) a large body of P/W…"
"When in doubt, don't do it.
This is why I made the Worship Matters Podcast with Brother Timothy Clark.
CCLI is a pet peeve of mine.
I advocate for more P&W artists to release under a CC license. Creative…"
hi Sue how are you hope all is well ,we have settled in here back home after our awesome time in Canada regardless of the ups and downs and many more people we have met their and have made friends with want us to return so we are trusting the Lord for the oppertuinity again and it will be great this time to spend it in Vancouver,and visit some places in the US we do miss Canada and the amazing people we have come to be close with ,especially some first nations folk who really blessed us in ways that we still think about and say WOW ,anyway blessings to you over this time of December and see you soon on WTR-LUIS
Hi Sue, got your message while on vacation, visiting sons in Edmonton. Today's the day Luis & Monica go back to SA, but can't wait to see them again - soon. No, I don't know your friend Greg, but we're a fair sized city now and a lot of churches. (A shortage of bass players though!!)
hey SUE looks like i will be active here again,and will be posting some new songs especially those i wrote while here in Canada,i believe that this country is about to experience an outpouring of the LORDS GLORY so as to have that river flowing through many nations and peoples ,NORTH AMERICA ARISE , WORSHIPERS ARISE, sing out the songs of VICTORY be bold for the KING of KINGS