3 Worship Ministry Fundamentals You Can’t Afford to Ignore
It’s the first night of practice for my daughter’s basketball team.
Among the nonstop bouncing of basketballs and the laughs of 3rd and 4th grade girls I’m reminded of one of the most important principles for any worship leader, Pastor or musician heading into the start of the New Year.
NEVER STOP WORKING ON THE FUNDAMENTALS
Do you remember when you first learned your instrument?
My guitar teacher spent time those first weeks teaching me how to hold a pick, how to count, how to take care of my instrument and more.
Like me, you probably learned scales. You practiced and practiced and practiced. It was exciting because it was new.
But the longer we play, sing, Pastor, and lead worship the more we tend to think, “I got this.” And the more we think that we don’t need to keep returning to the fundamentals of ministry that we learned so long ago.
The key to becoming a better worship leader tomorrow is working on the fundamentals today.
As we approach Christmas and the start of a New Year, here are three fundamentals worth reviewing in your ministry: