Month: May 2019

Where’s Jesus?

In the focus of developing the craft of worship, we can lose sight of the heart. Listen to part 1 of a 3 part series on remembering the center of our worship.

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Getting a Worship Education

When a worship leader or pastor begins to feel the call to a better understanding of what we do in the ministry called worship, then the next step is usually study. But where? This week we look at the various options for getting a great education in the area of worship, from school to informal classes, to Do-it-Yourself.

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A View from the Visitor:

Hearing and Using Feedback from Visitors You have spent time contacting visitors and getting their feedback about your big day. Time to organize, evaluate, and process that feedback into positive actions for your church.

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Hearing from your Music Team

Your music team, be it choir, band, etc. have good insights and feedback. Listening to them is important for many reasons. This week we talk about the why’s and how’s of getting feedback from the group that works hard each week for the worship in your church.

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Receiving, Processing, and Acting on Feedback from the Staff

After a really big Sunday, everyone wants to talk about how things went. Feedback from those who made the plans is critical to making improvements in the coming years. Finding the best ways to get this vital information in healthy ways and then knowing what to do with it when you get it is crucial. In this episode, Dr. Gilbert lays out a proven process for encouraging quality comments and ...

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