One key to successful worship leadership

Don’t talk too much.*

*This also applies nicely to successful sermons, conversations, etc.

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One key to successful worship leadership

2 thoughts on “One key to successful worship leadership

  1. Jeff says:

    so true…whether it’s leading worship or teaching, whatever, I think I tend to talk more when I have less to say, if that makes sense. Good tip….what prompted it?

  2. Hey Jeff…

    Honestly, it’s a thought I’ve had for a while. Normally comes up when worship leaders interrupt the flow of worship with mini-sermons. I know I was tempted to many-a-time when I was leading.

    But when I get a “they should do that” thought, I try to direct it back on myself. Even in my preaching, or conversations, it’s tempting to just ramble. Like you said, it’s easy to fill the silence. It takes more work to say something worth saying.

    Glad you’re reading! We need to catch up sometime…

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