The Redeeming a Sound course written by Dan McCollam and taught by Roma Waterman, covers theological foundations for redeeming sounds, musical styles and instruments in nations.
We can often think of certain styles and sounds as 'demonic'. This thought has led many to lay down their Indigenous instruments or their own authentic sound to copy what is popular or what is more acceptable in Western Culture. But what if God created those instruments, songs and sounds? Instead of silencing the sound of the people, what if He wants to redeem it? What if He wants to put His song in the sound of the people? Instead of copying someone else’s sound, what if God is trying to use the heartfelt art of a nation to win the heart of the nation back to Himself?
This is a great course for musicians who have a calling for missions or want to redeem the music in their own community back to God.
In this course you will:
Learn foundational truths for redeeming cultural sounds
Identify what is the new song of the Lord and why it is needed
Understand the importance of reconciliation
Learn how to worship bigger than the room
Understand frequency, resonance and entrainment and how it relates to worship
Obtain tools to help develop relationships with others of the same heart
Understand The Function and Authority of the New Song in the Three Heavens
Principles can be applied to Indigenous and local church context
This course includes:
-10 Weeks of Video Teachings
- Weekly Reflections and Activations
-Weekly Assessment Quizzes
- Redeeming A Sound Ebook by Dan McCollam