With over 30 years in the worship-leading trenches, I'm passionate about helping others grow and thrive. Having served in small, medium, and large multi-site congregations has provided a rich depth of experience to pass on to others.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
The first book I ever read just for the sake of it was C.S. Lewis' "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." Mom hooked us with it while driving in a station wagon across the country to visit my grandparents in California. I couldn't wait to find out what happened next, so I started reading ahead. Not long after finishing reading the rest of the Narnia series, I read "My Side of the Mountain," and the choice was made. I liked books!
Describe your desk
To the left of my computer keyboard is an unruly stack of papers, bills, and manuals coverering up my laptop. Beside that is my Bible. Behind that is a short row of books including Allan Eckert's "The Frontiersman" and a very unused copy of the APA Publication Manual. My computer widescreen display is bordered all the way around with tiny post-it notes like little sunflower pedals saying things like, "Send note to Curt," my brother's street address, and "145, 147, 149." Add an assortment of almonds in a bag, two flash drives, an empty eyeglass container, a plastic fork, and a bottle opener, and you've pretty well gotten the picture.
These 14 tried-and-tested techniques will help you build connections of trust, ownership, and unity between your worship team members. The excercises in this FREE 1,884 word white page are drawn from over 30 years of working with musicians and broken teams by author Timothy J Miller. Download now and start building a cohesive team right away!