Great post about the drummer’s role on the worship team.
It’s tempting to watch a worship leader up on the platform and think, “Pfft. I could do that.” But leading worship is a high calling, and a challenging one at that. You have to be wired in a certain way to even want to do it, and most people honestly don’t have the combination of skills required.
There’s always lots of good worship music on NoiseTrade, and more is being added all the time. Here’s our weekly roundup of the newest worship music available on NoiseTrade.
Jimi Williams suggests we have a lack in our current worship songs. Not that we’re lacking good theology, but that we’re neglecting to sing about the full Christian experience.
I’ve been blessed to work with some amazing people throughout my time as a worship leader. People with tremendous talent and huge hearts. It’s been my honor to lead them on my team. Unfortunately, I’ve also had to deal with my share of stinkers. And I’ve decided that for the most part, the people you don’t want on your worship team fall into five categories.
This week’s Worship Tech Roundup: screens in worship, presentation software, more creative sermons, cutting costs through technology, and things you should avoid.
I still remember one of the most awkward encounters I’ve ever had with a worship team member. We were at a small group Christmas party, and we both came up to the food table at the same time. He looked at me and pulled me aside. I’ll never forget what he said next.
Sometimes creativity and leadership can be a dangerous mix. As artists, we tend to be more emotional, and this can lead us to make incorrect assumptions.
I’ve been leading worship in one capacity or another for over twenty years. Wow, it makes me kind of sad to type that sentence, because it means I’m older than I thought I was. Anyway, over those years, I’ve done a lot of things wrong, and I learned the right way to do some things as well. This is my attempt to fit twenty years of worship leading lessons into ten simple commandments.
Capos, awfulness, oddities, really, and hillbilly worship songs. It’s Weekend Links.