Worship

Five Ways To Prevent Worship Leadership From Becoming A Drudgery

You want to become a great worshipist (that a word I just made up). Someone who knows psychology is a psychologist. Someone who helps others with the ins and outs of nutrition is a nutritionist. So as a worship leader or team member, you both worship and help others worship well. You’re a worshipist. No …

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Three Things Worship Leaders Should Not Do At Christmas

Worship leaders, worship teams and tech teams experience as much as anyone may, the enormous burden around the Christmas season. With all the extra services, recordings, rehearsals, decorating, meetings, planning, chord charts, new songs, revamped old songs, scheduling, leading, tracks, sound checks, and conversations, it’s only natural to feel a bit overwhelmed. Christmas is a …

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The Songs You Choose During Online Only Make A Difference

Here in the state of Illinois, the Covid restrictions are becoming tighter. Though the governor can’t dictate worship gathering limitations our United Methodist tribe asked all the churches in our conference to suspend all in-person worship for the month. So here we go again. Online only worship begins again this Sunday and will probably last …

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You Can Be A Successful Worship Leader Even If You Aren’t Above Average In All Five Key Components

Baseball scouts have long looked for a 5-tool player: hitting, hitting for power, running, fielding and throwing. It’s a rare breed to see one person be above average in each of these areas. As a result, team management and leadership seek to mix and match their player strong suits so they are complementary. If you …

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