33- Stretching Your Worship Team

Worship leading is more than just singing or playing, it is bringing out the best in your worship team.

It’s Time to Stretch Your Worship Team!

I believe that the true measure of the leadership of a worship leader is in the positive changes in their team over time.  And I have to admit, this is also one of the greatest joys you can have as a praise and worship leader!

So we thought we would do a podcast to encourage praise and worship leaders everywhere to go beyond the basics, beyond just leading a praise and worship session, to actually depositing something amazing into your team.

Developing the team is key to your long term success.  You may encounter a little resistance early on, but over time when the team members see their performance, their skills and their satisfaction increase, they will become your biggest fans and your greatest supporters.

And honestly, it is not that hard to begin to develop the team you lead and see them growing in their skills and abilities over time, even a short period of time.

Learn how to do this in a way that challenges, inspires and has a lot of fun in this week’s episode…  Take just 12 minutes and change the way you minister to your singers and musicians, inspiring and challenging them to get better, hear better and ultimately worship better and more effectively than ever before.

About Darin

Ps Darin Browne is an international worship leader and singer/songwriter who loves teaching praise and worship leading and encouraging worship leaders around the world.

2 Responses to “33- Stretching Your Worship Team”

  1. Beverly

    I messed up a song once because I wasn’t used to the click track in my ears, and they ended up having to turn it off during the service ( no one really noticed). The next time I was leading the WL told me not to mess up the timing again, in front of everyone. I knew I messed up and the last thing I wanted was to repeat that! I left that team shortly after. He was not very encouraging to anyone.

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    • Darin

      I feel for you, that is really poor leadership. I never embarrass any member of my team by correcting them in front of others.

      Reply

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