A Successful Way to Stir Up Passion for Ministry on Your Team

Ryan Egan —  February 15, 2011 — 4 Comments

This past weekend we enjoyed spending Saturday morning at our Living Worship worship team workshop.  It was a very fruitful time and made me value even more the opportunity to provide training for our ministry team.  Some things we covered were:

  • Why We Do What We Do – an overview of the purpose of our Music and Worship Ministry
  • Vocal Blending
  • Instrumental Blending
  • Audio issues
  • Video issues
  • Putting it all together

I share some thoughts in the video above of a major freeing moment I had at the workshop as well as the importance of training our teams.  Be sure to take a look!

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Ryan is a follower of Christ, husband, father, worship leader, & creative. He is heavily involved in the Association of Free Lutheran Churches and desires to teach others to live a life of worship in everything they do.
  • http://twitter.com/bkwestman Barry Westman

    Thanks for sharing, Ryan! Great thoughts! We stress training with our team, too, and it really makes a big difference!

  • http://www.iamanoffering.com iamanoffering

    It does, doesn’t it? As I mentioned, I’m so thankful to be a part of a culture of training, and it seems to be getting better every year. What opportunities do you offer? Workshops, one-on-one?

  • Jason Gudim

    As a pastor (in training) I can say the constructive feedback applies to sermon preaching as well. I would love after a service to have someone in the congregation come up to me and tell me what lesson(s) they may have learned, what caused them to think, or what they didn’t understand completely.

  • http://www.iamanoffering.com iamanoffering

    Right on, Jason. I think the best preachers, also, are the ones who have people critique and evaluate all parts of their sermon (content & preaching style/skill) so that they can communicate the truth more clearly.