One of the most frustrating things about being in worship leadership is that we, often times, don’t have anyone to talk to about our leadership issues. Our lead pastor is a great resource, and often our next line up – but they can’t often relate
This is post 4 of 4 in the series “Planning Out 2018” To build a creative team, you need creative people. I know that seems like a “no-brainer”, but what exactly is a “creative” person? The definition might surprise you. In fact, some of the
This is post 3 of 4 in the series “Planning Out 2018” One of the most helpful tools I have found for planning ahead has been the implementation of a Creative Team. Collaborative efforts are great for accountability, ideas, implementation, and for keeping things from
This is post 2 of 4 in the series “Planning Out 2018” Yesterday, we talked about goal setting for 2018 and why it is often hard for worship leaders. We also discussed 4 key things we could do to begin the year on a great
This is post 1 of 4 in the series “Planning Out 2018” 2018 is is here. In fact, the first month is halfway over. For many worship leaders, the year ends and then the new year begins in regrets. “I didn’t accomplish _________”. “I didn’t
You’ve been listening to a song that you feel is perfect for your church and you want to introduce it. What is the best way to go about doing so? We get this question a lot. We noticed, recently, that we had a ten year
Do you find yourself talking too much as a worship leader? Perhaps you’ve been challenged to talk a little more during transitions? We’ve discovered that most worship leaders fall into one of two categories: 1. They either talk too much… 2. …or they don’t
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