Debriefing – 5-D Worship Process

This blog post is one of five aspects to worship leadership.  Read the intro post. Debriefing is the final D of the worship leading process.  Debriefing helps you repeat successes and not mistakes.  Talking about the service helps fine tune what needs to happen in the future.  There isn’t an end to this process because … Read more

Delivery – 5-D Worship Process

Delivery is the fourth step in the 5-D worship leadership process.  Read the intro blog here.  This is a big one, because it’s the presentation that everyone sees.  Too often, when delivery fails in some way, we try to fix the delivery only.  In fact, what we need to do is look at the other … Read more

Direction – 5-D Worship Process

Direction is the 3rd aspect of 5-D worship leadership process.  Read the intro blog here.  Direction comes into play as you have a team assembled and ready to lead.  One pastor leading worship and preaching can keep all this in his or her mind until it pops out on Sunday.  But, anytime you had another … Read more

Development – 5-D Worship Process

Development is the second step in the 5-D Worship Leadership Process.  Read the intro blog here.  After Dedication – your team being dedicated to God, to each other and to the church, development begins to play a huge role.  How will your team grow?  With the full schedules of volunteers in our ministry, they will … Read more

Dedication – 5-D Worship Process

This blog post is one of five aspects to worship leadership.  Read the intro post. Dedication is the first aspect to worship leadership.  It’s on the leader’s mind as people join your team, but it’s also ongoing as one keeps people growing and moving forward in faith. For the worship team member,  dedication to God, to the church … Read more

5D Worship – Leadership Development In 5 Words

The goal of the worship team is to help engage the church in meaningful corporate worship.  This doesn’t just happen automatically.  It requires many factors to fall into place.  Above all, it requires a heart captured by God.  A spirit filled leader who is willing to humbly walk the road as a servant leader in … Read more

One Great Way To Build Team Community

The best way to build team community is to serve together.  Working together with the purpose of helping someone else is powerfully connecting. During our summer team training week, the 2012 Harvest Team took two hours out of the day to help at the local food pantry.  We sorted, stocked and filled food boxes for the clients … Read more

Staying on Course as a Worship Team

“Don’t let your church be a cul-de-sac on the Great Commission highway.” – Ed Stetzer I just recently ran across this quote and it’s a great word picture.  There are so many nice things about being on a cul-de-sac.  The traffic isn’t as frequent or wild.  There are plenty neighborly friendships.  The back yards are … Read more