Author: Dan Willard

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.

October 10, 2018 / / Church Tech Tips

If you’ve never used countdowns in your church, I highly recommend it. For one thing, they are an easy way to communicate with the congregants the start time of the service. Secondly, and possibly more important, they help the leader start on time. If you’re looking to add countdowns to your…

September 13, 2018 / / Church Tech Tips
August 9, 2018 / / Church Tech Tips

Over the years presentation software like EasyWorship has helped churches connect more with their congregation by displaying song lyrics and scripture verses with cool graphic backgrounds, announcement loops, videos, and even sermon notes.  As technology evolves, the door is opening wider for the church to be able to reach more…

July 13, 2018 / / Church Tech Tips

Of all the activities I experienced as a Cub Scout, the Pinewood Derby is one that did not go as well as I had hoped. My entry was a very simple car. Actually, I don’t even remember doing much to it, let alone painting it. Nonetheless, my anticipation for winning…

June 8, 2018 / / Church Tech Tips

Technology can unlock limitless potential for today’s church. In the last few years, I’ve noticed more pastors and worship leaders turning to tablets and phones for use when on stage, and why not? They’re smaller, easily available and provide the user quick and easy access to information. These devices also…

May 17, 2018 / / Church Tech Tips

You know the saying, “Remember the good old days when…”?  Like, “Remember the good old days when you could buy a Coke for a nickel?” Well, I’m not quite old enough to remember that, but when it comes to displaying song lyrics in church, I remember the old days which…