david santistevan


Worship Coaching

I just read this great post from Jeff Leake on his ministry transitions from doing to living to coaching. And it got me thinking, “How are we as worship leaders doing as coaches?” Here are two questions to ponder:

  • “Are we using musicians/singers/worship leaders to further our own goals and make ourselves look better?”


  • “Are we coaching musicians/singers/worship leaders to become the best they can be for the glory of God?”

I’m still pretty young, but I feel there comes a time when you realize ministry is not just about what you’re doing but who you’re raising up. It’s not just about where YOU are going but WHO is coming with you. You start thinking in terms of legacy rather than just personal effectiveness.

Your strength as a local church worship leader lies in seeing each member of your team reach their highest potential.

I want to be THAT kind of worship leader.



July 19, 2010 - Posted by | Worship, Worship Leaders

1 Comment »

  1. Amen. Help me God! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Comment by Rachel | July 19, 2010 | Reply

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