Let’s be real. You’re not the best worship leader there is. Neither am I.
There will always be a better musician, a better singer, a more charismatic personality, a more organized leader. You’re not the best.
But isn’t it good to know that leading our churches isn’t about being the best? Because worship class worship leading is more about being hidden than being noticed. Let me explain what that means.
It’s important to distinguish what we actually do and facilitate as worship leaders:
- Worship leaders don’t draw attention to themselves. They direct eyes and hearts to Jesus.
- Worship leaders don’t sing for people. They sing with people.
- Worship leaders don’t entertain a crowd. They engage a room.
- Worship leaders don’t usher the church into encounter. They spotlight the One who does.