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Our Top Blogs: Worship Leading

8 окт 2015

Here are some of the top blogs that our worship leaders have written, from the heart and culture of our team. We’ve hand-picked them for you and your creative team, to inspire and equip you as you lead your church in worship.

We pray that they’re a blessing to you!

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Worship Leading 101: Introducing a New Song
“Introducing a new song can be challenging, but the Bible tells us in Psalm 96 to keep bringing a new song of praise to our God!” – Jad Gillies

Moments in His Presence
“There is nothing like the presence of Jesus and I believe that our times of worship together are truly precious.” – Annie Garratt

Worship Leading 101: Crafting a Setlist
with Jad Gillies

Growing Your Gift from the Inside Out
“Don’t just sing the song, worship. Don’t just play the right parts, lead people into the presence of God.” – Gabe Kelly

Worship Leading 101: Reading & Leading a Service
“It’s easy to get confused as to what the whole point of being on a stage in front of people is, and if we are not careful we can lose our way a little.” – Jad Gillies

Worship Leading 101: 4 Pillars of Preparation
“As worship leaders, we have a responsibility that not one person in the entire place misses out on the presence of God.” – Jad Gillies

Seasons & Opportunity
“Sometimes it feels like just when you’ve found your stride, things change again.” – Annie Garratt


ONE. 10 Things I’ve Learned About Worship Leading
“We never graduate from learning.” – Taya Smith

TWO. Worship Leading 101: Q&A with Jad
“We as worship leaders have a responsibility that not one person in the entire place misses out on the presence of God.” – Jad Gillies

THREE. Worship Team Tips for Everyone
“As Christians, prioritise your relationship with the Lord! Be someone who brings depth & authenticity to the platform.” – Cass Langton

FOUR. 12 Worship Leading Essentials
“If people want to follow your example when you’re off the platform, they’ll want to follow your example when you’re leading on the platform too!” – Annie Garratt

FIVE. The Platform: Leading from Wherever You Are
“The platform should be an overflow of the leadership and passion for Christ that already exists within us!” – Autumn Hardman

SIX. How to Care For and Discipline Your Voice
“I hate to break it to you, but there really are NO quick fixes when it comes to caring for and disciplining your voice…”

SEVEN. Building a Healthy Worship Culture
“Worship is a stance of the heart, it’s a lifestyle, and it’s reflected in every area of our lives.” – JD

EIGHT. Worship Leading 101: Growing in Confidence
“When I first started leading worship I was terrified. But I knew that it was something that God was calling me to do.” – Annie Garratt

NINE. Vocal Warm-Up Exercises
“A short warm-up before sound check and rehearsals can make a world of difference!!” – Tarryn Stokes

TEN. What is Excellence?
“Excellence is not a set level of quality or perfectionism.” – Matt Hann


25 Confessions of a Worship Team
“We know that our mandate is to be worshippers – always, in everything, wherever we are.” – Autumn Hardman

How to Do More with Less – 5 Big Ideas for Smaller Congregations
“Have you ever found yourself saying, ‘We can’t do thatif only we had more people/resources…we don’t have enough budget…that would never work here?’”

10 Practical Ways to Grow Your Worship Team
“Yes, it is difficult to grow a ministry, but it’s not too difficult. It’s certainly not impossible. Often all that it takes is a little tenacity and the right ideas.” – Rich Langton

6 Helpful Apps for Every Worship Team
“Make sure that the systems you choose actually serve your team, and not the other way around!” – Rich Langton