Veteran worship leader and songwriter, Terry Butler, playfully shares tips on nurturing a strong worship team.
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Oh so true…I am printing this one for our worship leader! I believe that the Lord is leading me to be the #8 on this list.
Awesome list. I couldn’t agree more than I do with #1, #5 and #8. #8 is very obvious in the worship team I’m involved in.
Great from beginning to end. so true!
Great information with such power and truth embedded in the steps! If worship leaders don’t grasp and fully understand these principles consistency and continuity in development and expansion will not occur — long-term that is. I have seen many worship leaders come out of the gate excited and full-speed ahead to only fall apart bit by bit when the initial excitement and adrenaline starts to wane. Sort of like a marriage, once the honeymoon phase wears off, is where effort, sacrifice, and commitment has to come into play. This is the point often that its easy to start not considering others and being sensitive to the “big picture” of the music/worship program.
Some of the points we do, some don’t. Very challeneged to spend time with my time outside of a music setting. Looks like a great time to plan a stop at the yogurt shop this Friday!
I like this list; I’m challenged by this list. I’m wondering if we need to just be more intentional about how we share our time in say, fellowship events at the church. We have such a small church at this time and such a small worship team.
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