What You Can (and Can’t) Do to Help Your Team Members Grow
June 17, 2014, filed under Blog
Summer can be a dangerous time for spiritual growth!
As I talked about last week, summer brings with it a tendency to glide. And that’s especially true for the spiritual growth of our team members.
As worship leaders, the spiritual care of our worship teams is central to our calling, and to the health of our read more...
How to Beat the Summer Slump
June 10, 2014, filed under Blog
A worship leader told me once that the summer was the worst time of year for him and his team to grow. He explained that because of this, he took it easy during the summer, didn’t challenge his team (or himself) to grow and just coasted through until fall arrived.
He called it the “Summer Slump”. read more...
A Dangerous Trend for Worship Leaders
May 13, 2014, filed under Blog
Have you ever met a "squatter"?
If you’ve ever lived in New York City (where I spent nearly a decade of ministry), or any other urban area you’re familiar with the term.
A squatter is a person who occupies an abandoned building (that they don’t own or rent), lives there and refuses to leave. They hunker down, and even though the promise read more...