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Weekly rhythms will help any worship leader create stronger weekend worship experiences. Have you ever had a week go by and wonder what you’ve done? Oh, just me?
I know the weekend is game time. It’s the most important event for any local church. It’s when the church gathers together. It’s when the Word of God is preached. It’s when the saints come together to encounter the presence of God.
Everything - Matter - Fact - Work - Worship
But it’s not everything. Matter of fact, the work that a Worship Pastor does beyond the stage is what will make those weekend experiences even stronger. We oftentimes just get by on the weekends because we’re not practicing particular rhythms. Our weeks aren’t spent on what is most important.
I understand you may not be full-time at your church. You may not even be part-time. You work early mornings, lunch hours and late nights to organize your team and serve your local church.
Habits - Full-time - Volunteer - Amount - Time
But these habits apply to any leader—whether full-time or volunteer. What will be different is the amount one does at any given time. All you need to do is pick one and focus on it exclusively.
These are not one-time events. They shouldn’t be random occurrences only when there’s a crises. It should be worked into the very fabric of your schedule each and every week.
Recruit - Drummer - Ministry - Recruitment - Habit
1. Recruit – You probably need a new drummer, right? How did I know? What would change in your ministry if you got creative and strategic with recruitment? What if it was a weekly habit rather than a desperate emergency line when you have no musicians. What if the well never ran dry? Wouldn’t that be nice? Work it into your schedule to make calls, connect with people each and every weekend, host jam sessions. Whatever it takes! But the important thing is to actually schedule time...
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