More great stuff from prolific worship blogger David Santistevan:
Oftentimes when it comes to finding a worship leader, we look for the individual with the most musical talent. Sure, that doesn’t hurt. But it’s so, so much more.
As a worship leader, how do you get there? What are the skills you should be focusing on?
I especially like his comments and analogy on how a worship set should flow:
Think of your worship set as a great major motion picture. Sure, there are individual scenes, but they all flow together to create a film. No commercial breaks, no awkward pauses, no random scenes. As a worship leader, you need to develop the skill of flow.