If you have not read Part I of this series, it’s very possible you will want to before moving into this, Part II. It isn’t absolutely necessary but it certainly will help with understanding. You can catch up with Part I by clicking here. When I was younger I remember very vividly seeing “Braveheart” for […]
Let’s be perfectly honest: it’s hard to build a worship program in any church – big, small, medium and everywhere in between. Building systems and processes that pastor your people while churning out the best “product” (yes, I use that term intentionally) is difficult in any sized church. In my experience most large churches didn’t […]
The audition is over and your new team member is ready to get started on the worship team. You plug them in and, after their first week, you realize they weren’t as ready as you thought they were. Your first indication is that their initial rehearsal with the team keeps getting halted with constant IEM […]
You want to be on the worship team. You have such a heart for worship, but the leader only puts you on once a month. Your skill level is on fire yet you aren’t included on the next round of dates on Planning Center. Why won’t they schedule you on the worship team? I have […]
I think one of the most important points I can make in starting this article is this: how we audition, and the audition processes are unique to the organization in which they take place and the people they serve. What may work for me and in my church may not be applicable in yours. So […]
In some cases, “Audition” has become a forbidden word in Church world. It is that difficult topic that none of us want to talk about really. We don’t know where different generations stand on it; depending on how you were raised and how you interpret Scripture, you can fall all over the map on this issue. […]
Eben Brusco returns with some wise words in regards to creating a cohesive worship culture at your church.
In part 5, Josh concludes his CRAFT series.
In part 4 of CRAFT, Josh brings us practical actions for working with not-so-creative leaders.
Jake provides some key strategies for leveling up in our worship ministry.