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7 Practices of Great Worship Leaders


Author Jim Collins often says that “good is the enemy of great.” That could not be more true in worship leading. We plan, practice and then perform songs on a weekly basis and try to make sure everything runs smoothly. In essence, we are trying to be good. But what if there were some repeatable practices that kept us getting better and better each week as worship leaders and worship pastors? Well…there are! This video series focuses on 7 things you can do, as well as tools you can implement, to keep moving from being good to becoming great at going to God and taking others with you.



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