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We don't want our teams to be made up of self-sufficient musicians, but Spirit-led gift-bearers. We simply would not be doing service to the Kingdom or to our volunteers by missing an opportunity to assess and work with each individual's giftedness.  Somehow, we have to find a way to love the church and love our volunteers at the same time, but I don't think that's too great a challenge to let it pass.

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Is your worship team full of gifted musicians? What if it's not? Some thoughts on refining the gifts we have, and shepherding some team members into other areas of service based on their gifting.

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We play with excellence because, well, we love God and His people. Oh, and because it's fun.

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Selecting just the right key for a song can be tricky, but we have to try. As worship leaders, our chief responsibility is to employ musical elements in order to engage the congregation, helping them connect with the Holy Spirit and worship God. If the congregation can't physically sing a song, it's a non-starter.
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You might think that the only one responsible for leading worship at church is the worship leader. Congratulations! Whether you like it or not, if you're on stage, people are looking to you for direction. All musicians. Everybody.