Author Min. Jermayne Wilks Sr.’s new book “Now Faith Music: Playing the Piano with Numbers and Patterns” is an informative guide to playing in church services

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Recent release “Now Faith Music: Playing the Piano with Numbers and Patterns” from Page Publishing author Min. Jermayne Wilks Sr. offers a new perspective on the connection between music and the practice of faith.

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Min. Jermayne Wilks Sr., an Atlanta-based musician who has shared his skills in a variety of positions within his church’s music ministry, has completed his new book “Now Faith Music: Playing the Piano with Numbers and Patterns”: a how-to guide for beginning musicians with a focus on church services.

Min. Wilks writes, “Music, in short, is a series of patterns. Being able to identify those patterns makes it easier and faster to learn songs. Learning songs is not the only part of being a musician. Applying your music ability to the church service beyond music is key. Knowing the difference between practice and rehearsal, modulate and invert, and being able to identify and translate different genres allows you assist in getting the Word of God out. Music is secondary only to the Word of God in the church service, which, in turn, makes the musician a very important part of the worship service. This book equips all levels of musicians, from beginners to seasoned vets.”
Published by Page Publishing, Min. Jermayne Wilks Sr.’s practical guide is an invaluable resource for aspiring church piano players.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Now Faith Music: Playing the Piano with Numbers and Patterns” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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