Speaking drummer, children’s choirs, startling realizations, Jesus Culture, and jaywalking worship leaders. It’s Weekend Links.
Proficiency on your instrument is a good thing, but it can lead you to a bad place if you’re not careful. There’s nothing wrong with being a great musician, but if you become too comfortable and stop trying to improve, you’re in trouble.
Everyone on the worship team is a worship leader. We may not all have the title or the position, but we’re all up front leading the congregation to the throne. But building a worship team is more complicated than just throwing together some talented musicians.
From Russ Hutto, a sobering thought about worship leaders, rock stars, and the Holy Spirit.
As worship leaders, we’re often on the platform. But we need to make sure we’re talking about the right kind of platform. Dan Wilt has a warning for worship leaders to avoid expanding our own influence.
Here are some perfect ways to annoy your worship leader. Don’t try these at home.
This week’s Leadership Roundup: Netflix, self-destructive behavior, warning lights, self-deception, and high expectations.
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.