Beginning with Solo Thoughts 3rd Quarter 2015, we have merged Solo Treasures into the Solo Thoughts PDF document in order to provide a richer and more inspiring research experience for you and your church. With this “merger” between the two PDFs, we have categorized Solo Thoughts suggestions together with Solo Treasures suggestions so that you may see all of the options available within a particular week and more specifically, within particular solo categories.
You will always know if you are viewing a Solo Treasures suggestion as it is clearly labeled next to the title of the song as a [Solo Treasure] .
Why the merger? Along with requests over the years to do this, we have found the need to become ever more efficient in our process of delivery to you, the subscribers.
For several years we’ve been working to streamline and automate the process of creating Solo Thoughts for each new quarter. Up until now, as you can well imagine, this has been a massively time-consuming endeavor. We’ve often wished that we had more time to get deeper into the creative and spiritual research necessary.
Now, however, together with our technical design team, we’ve automated the assembly of this product for the first time so that we may finally devote more thought to the researching of music of all kinds -- new and old -- for ever more creative and inspiring editions of Solo Thoughts.
Hence – this new streamlined PDF.