The “Worship Interludes Podcast” started as a way for me to share some of my personal times of musical worship during my personal devotional times. They are rarely rehearsed and almost always a spontaneous, free-flowing response to my thoughts, prayers, or reflections on Scripture and life.
My desire in producting this podcast was that people would be able to subscribe from their computers, phones, tablets, and devices and take this “quiet time” music with them wherever they went. The peaceful melodies would be available for times of prayer, meditation, “soaking worship”, and relaxation. It could provide interludes to play as background music for studying or resting. You can listen in your car, on the beach, during a walk or jog, or any other place you’d like to just slow down, breathe, and listen.
As of April, 2018, the podcast has been downloaded over 90,000 times in over 156 countries and growing daily.
You can always listen to the podcast on the website (below) but the best way to enjoy the podcast is by subscribing on your computer and devices so that you always have the most updated episodes wherever you go.
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“Fire by Night” – Piano Instrumental Music by Fred McKinnon Today’s piano interlude is called “Fire by Night”. Improvised in the key of Em, I wanted to create a...
“Still Waters” – Solo Piano Instrumental Improvisation Background Music The past two mornings here on Saint Simons Island, Georgia have been stunning. Some days the sunrises are more spectacular...