If I inject humility into my liabilities, control becomes vision, perfectionism becomes high expectations to bring our best offering, manipulation becomes authentic investment in people, and arrogance becomes intelligence.
Leadership has been a lifelong study of mine. If I had to make one definitive statement concerning the topic it would be: “Everything in life rises and falls on leadership." When I observe a great leader I try to get close to them and listen to them. Then I try to absorb their values and emulate their behaviors. There are many factors involved in leadership ... vision, ability, opportunity, training, etc. However, every great leader that I have been around talks about 3 keys to leadership that bring you from good to great.
Let’s start off by admitting that this generation of worship leaders are split on this issue. But with the resurgence of vocal music in reality TV and the with the Glee generation of students, we are seeing more and more of our congregants that want to participate in the worship ministry. So, many thinking it’s time to reconsider the issue: Is it time to incorporate a choir into the worship leading team?