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CCLI have launched a new blog for anyone interested in worship music, songwriting and how copyright affects church life. will have a global reach with contributions from CCLI’s teams in the UK, Europe, South Africa, North America and Australia as well as guest articles drawn from leading names in the worship world.

With articles and videos covering everything from contemporary worship and liturgy to IP and Rights, the blog will provide a point of engagement for anyone passionate about church worship as well as offering insight and clarity for those responsible for ensuring their church is copyright compliant.

Chief Marketing Officer and Editor-In-Chief Michael Thelander commented;
“To CCLI, is more than just a blog. It’s a way for us to engage in and facilitate conversations around the topics we care about deeply: the history and direction of Christian worship; service to the local and global church; how new technologies will impact and realign intellectual property law and how worship leaders, Christian artists and the worshipping body may in turn be impacted by these shifts. Worshipfuel is at once a global forum and a glimpse into the heart of CCLI.” 

WorshipFuel received over 7000 page views in four days after going live, plus more than 600 shares and mentions on Social Media. Leading articles included guest contributions from songwriters Jennie Lee Riddle and Paul Baloche.