Evaluating your ministry is an essential part of growing your ministry and improving your skills in ministry. Sometimes we are afraid to evaluate what it is we are doing and how we do it, but if we ever want to improve our skills and abilities in worship ministry, we have to have some means of evaluating our performance.
Evaluating Your Ministry
The end of the year is a great time to look back and have a frank and earnest look at how we have lead our worship team over the last 12 months.
The fact is, whatever we cannot evaluate we cannot change. Or if we can change it, what do we change it into? evaluating your ministry is an essential part of getting better at the ministry the Lord has called you to. Even the best worship leaders on the planet constantly reevaluate what they are doing to see if there are any ways they can improve.
So I don’t know about you, but I certainly have not arrived as a worship leader. I am always searching for ways to improve my skills, both as a musician and singer and also as a leader.
So settle back, grab a pen and paper and take the time to evaluate your ministry during and after this podcast.
Without being unduly harsh or critical of yourself, take the time to examine how you lead worship, and how you lead your team because there are so many ways we can do things and so many things we can say. I believe we should be on a quest to improve in every area of our lives and our ministries, and that’s why we produced this podcast on evaluating your ministry.