Keeping your worship team inspired is important at any time, but it becomes even more important as the year rolls on and people become tired and more and more over-committed.

So we thought we would put together a special pod to inspire those of you who lead worship teams to keep the team fired up and inspired.

Why is Keeping Your Worship Team Inspired Important?

Every creative person wants to be inspired.  The trouble is that, as the year draws to a close, it is often hard to keep spirits, commitment and excitement up.  People get tired, they get run down, they get distracted and often things like family commitments and work seem to overshadow anything we do in the music team!

The great news is that with a little effort you can keep your worship team inspired, fired up and totally committed to the ministry.

Simple things can make all the difference as you battle the burnout and bring out the best of your team, both as individuals and together!  Whether it is changing your rehearsals, scheduling social time together or concentrating on sharing your walk with the Lord, there are so many ways you can keep people inspired.

And let’s face it, who doesn’t need to be inspired?  And who doesn’t grind down over time?

We live in such a busy and crazy world, and every member of your worship team is pulled and dragged all over the place by commitments, relationships, work, business, school and everything else.  It seems almost impossible to remain inspired, but certainly, you can if you do the right things!

So settle back and enjoy Darin and Erick as they share their thoughts on how you can keep your worship team inspired and fired up!  A few minor changes and you can set your team up to reach new heights in worship and worship leading over the next year!

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.

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