A worship team is not a gig.
A worship team is more than music.
There is more at stake than tight music, killer harmonies, and great songs.
The reason I’ve dedicated myself to leading worship, writing worship songs, and raising up worship leaders is because I love the presence of God.
There’s no higher aim in life than to be in His presence.
When we gather, God wants to:
- Draw the lost to saving faith in Christ
- Heal the sick
- Perform the miraculous
- Reveal the beauty of Jesus
- Call the church to deeper faith
- Send us out in obedience
- Glorify His name
- Awaken dead hearts
- Shine light into the darkness
We don’t do those things. But God accomplishes it through people. Through a unified worship team.
That’s why being on a worship team is an invitation to the miraculous. It’s being used by God beyond what mere music, songs, and raw emotion can do.
When God is in the room, anything is possible.
So rise up. Show up ready. Play with expectation.
We need you.
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