If you could go back in time and correct or re-do anything you’ve done as a worship leader…what would it be? Who knows what new worship leaders could learn from our past experiences…so why not share them for growth?
“Why settle to be a firecracker – when you can be dynamite in the hands of God.” – Dr. Harry Wood. This was an amazing comment I recently heard as Dr. Harry Wood, General Superintendent Emeritus of the Wesleyan Church, presided over the Ordination of
The first time – even the first year of leading worship – can seem scary. Things are a bit different from being asked to sing just a focus song or two…now, the fate of the entire worship service is in your hands, right? No pressure.
If I’m a guessing man – Id wager that most of us place the offering at the end of the service. If I’m also guessing properly…then I’d guess that most congregants end up reacting to our treatment of the offering much like Pavlov’s dog –
This is post 3 of 3 in the series “Talking As A Leader” When faced with the decision of “what do I say in worship service”, I often encourage worship leaders on our teams and those I mentor to script out what will be said
When my wife and I were married, we bought a simple matching wedding band set. We had a simple wedding at a friend’s house – who happened to be a local judge. We realized that we had family from all over that would have liked
If you are like me just a few short years ago – you tend to think too much about what went wrong in a service. Chances are you may have a “horrible service” because a note was missed, a wrong line sung in a lyric,
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Video from New Hope Church in Williston, ND. Thanks to Louie Giglio of Passion
If you could go back in time and correct or re-do anything you’ve done as a worship leader…what would it be? Who knows what new worship leaders could learn from our past experiences…so why not share them for growth? Share your “take back” moments below