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What's the difference between relational worship leading and presentational worship leading and why does it matter? ...
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Practical ways to encourage authentic worship, from yourself, your team, and your church ...
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This post is basically an extension of @loswhits blog post the other day, 11 Ways To Make Your Worship Leading Suck Less. I would like to continue that conversation today. 1. Make sure you are worshipping as well. If you aren’t into the song, it’s going to be really hard ...
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1. Make sure you are worshipping as well. If you aren’t into the song, it’s going to be really hard for the people you are leading to be into it as well. They take their cue from you…so lead them. 2. Silence doesn’t have to be awkward. Scripture asks us ...
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Leading worship is a lot about serving people, and a lot less about our cool musical chops. Worship leaders with a servant's heart are usually the best ones—not necessarily in music/singing, but in prayerfully engaging people with the Lord. Here are four right practices that I believe c ...
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What spiritual disciplines should worship leaders seek to make a daily part of their lives? Nathanael Schulte offers five suggestions. ...
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Nathanael Schulte offers five tips for recruiting good worship team members. ...
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Mike Sessler offers tips for church technical leaders and volunteers when dealing with predictable, or unpredictable, worship leaders. ...
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Conrade Yap reviews worship pastor Stephen Miller's book, "Worship Leaders, We Are Not Rock Stars." ...
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When we talk about unforgettables  for a worship leader, we usually refer to stuff like songs in the set list, transition plan, chords, song sequence and so on.   I am trying to go a little deeper than that here.   Sometimes it's easy to bank on experience and ...