“…musicians and creatives who serve the church need to have soft hearts and thick skin. In other words, we need to have hearts that are humble, and have the maturity to receive feedback without getting puffed up or crushed.”
It can be easy to get comfortable with the idea of just singing or
playing music for faces in a crowd. But when you take a step back and remember that you are
leading eternal souls to connect with their Creator, it will radically transform the way you
interact with your people.
As a worship leader, I hope to provide three tangible, simple, and helpful ways for congregations to encourage their worship teams that could result in a deeper, more sustainable impact than they could realize.
My encouragement to you is to let uncommon faith rise above concerns of logic, and maybe that is where we should begin together—praying for “uncommon faith.”