Worship Leaders

Set Milestones & Define Expectations
By Anthony D. Coppedge - Worship Leaders - April 16, 2015
Speaking specifically to followers of Jesus, as believers leading other believers, we’re not looking to modify behavior; we’re looking for heart change (measuring spiritual fruit). In most situations with talented employ...
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To Pay or Not to Pay?
By Stephen M. Newman - Worship Leaders - Nov 13, 2013
Over the past several weeks, the question of paying musicians and singers in a worship environment has been a hot topic. If you ask churches who are paying their musicians, they have valid reasons for doing so. If you as...
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No Throwaways
By EXW Staff - Worship Leaders - Nov 07, 2013
Over the years I have been observing the different methods that ministers of music, worship leaders, and pastors use in making changes occur in their ministries and churches. Each person tends to go about things in t...
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The Choir As Worship Leader
By Ron Man - Worship Leaders - Nov 02, 2013
Make no mistake about it: the most important musical group in the church is the congregation. Worship is for all of God’s people; the New Testament doctrine of the priesthood of all believers calls for the saints to l...
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10 Principles
By EXW Staff - Worship Leaders - Oct 29, 2013
1. Thou shalt not show up in dirty linen (unconfessed sin). Heb. 10:22 Let us draw near with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience and our bodie...
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Captain Kirk
By Stephen M. Newman - Worship Leaders - Oct 23, 2013
I am not a Trekkie, but I remember well the phrase that opened every episode in the old days, "To boldly go where no man has gone before.” If you've ever watched Star Trek, you know that it is a saying that is not e...
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By Stephen M. Newman - Worship Leaders - Oct 14, 2013
If you are in a leadership position, you know that a leader dies and lives by his ability to organize and plan. No matter what you are leading - choir, worship team, or small group, being organized will help eliminate...
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Worship Leader Devotional “Going Deeper”: Finding Stillness
By EXW Staff - Worship Leaders - Oct 08, 2013
A great article that focuses on an age old problem for Worship Leaders and really Christians in general. Love the insight by Cathy Little. It is a simple process that we cannot seem to make work with our busy lives and...
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Creative Elements to Worship
By EXW Staff - Worship Leaders - Oct 08, 2013
It's so easy to get in a rut with our worship! The longer we stay in the rut, the more our people can simply go through the motions of the service without thinking, without truly worshiping. This article presents scor...
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Lofty Goals - God's?
By Stephen M. Newman - Worship Leaders - Oct 02, 2013
What's the hardest thing about being a worship leader? For some, it's the struggle to balance the performance aspect with the worship-leading aspect. For others, it's dealing with people who feel called but show no ...
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