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Pastors, you are not in this alone

    Exodus 14:  15The LORD said to Moses, “Why do you cry to me? Tell the people of Israel to go forward. 16Lift up your staff, and stretch out your hand over the sea and divide it, that the people of Israel may go through the sea

Wearing Your Senior Pastor’s Glasses

  We have a strong tendency as worship leaders and worship pastors to feel as if we have our own agenda – and it just happens to “gel” with everything else that is going on in the church. Some of us even have senior pastors

The Lighter Side of Worship : Wednesday

  These days twitter has become overrun by parody twitter accounts of pastors, worship leaders, sound guys, guitarists…the list goes on and on. While we’d love for the focus to go away from glamorizing positions within the church…there are , all too often, truths in

The Rut of “Lack of Leadership”

This article requires a big gulp before reading. Perhaps it requires thicker pants. More importantly – it requires you to take a hard look at either yourself…or how your church places others in leadership. Be prepared – there are people in this world who claim

Who Moved My Motivation?

When worship leaders and worship pastors get in a “rut”, it can lead to bad consequences for their future. “Ruts” happen – how we deal with them can set the tone for how we will survive them. There are a variety of reasons why we

Death of A Worship Leader

As a self-proclaimed web guru who is a worship leader/pastor by trade and who pastors to other worship leaders/pastors online via his site…I hear plenty of stories on a regular basis of pastor burnout. Perhaps you have been at a church where the worship leader

We’re Growing…Thanks To You!

We’ve been watching our web-traffic climb again over the past couple of weeks with visitors pouring in from all over the globe.  The reach that we are able to have from gotworship.net is nothing of our own doing…but God’s alone.  We’re growing…and we believe that

Beyond the dB’s

This week, we are taking a look – errr…a listen – at our church venue’s sound.  Yesterday we discussed using an SPL meter to determine a comfortable range to run sound at for our worship services – today we go beyond the dB’s to explore