david santistevan

worship.leadership

Worship Leading… In Practice

I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback on my recent post on worship leadership. I’d like to take some time in the next week or so to dive into some of these qualities on a deeper level. There is a way to be a worship leader that is not burned out, stressed, and just trying to survive. It’s staggering to see that the average tenure of a worship leader in the local church is 2 years. Where are the steady, passionate, vision-filled leaders who are building up a worship team of ‘on-fire’ worshipers? Hopefully this stuff will help. Some topics covered will be:

  • How to plan for a great rehearsal
  • How to plan a great worship set
  • The tension between spontaneity & preparation
  • How do I get inspired each week?
  • Getting behind the vision of your local church
  • How to approach personal practice
  • Creating a fun, disciplined culture
  • What to do when your worship team doesn’t ‘get’ your vision

Anything else I should add?

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June 16, 2010 - Posted by | Worship, Worship Leaders

2 Comments »

  1. – How to build a real sense of team – “we’re all in this together!”
    – Bridging the generation gap.

    Can’t wait! 🙂

    Comment by sweetasnzgirl | June 17, 2010 | Reply

    • Good stuff! Thanks for the recommendations.

      Comment by santahara | June 17, 2010 | Reply


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