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Worship Roundtable

Four busy worship leaders discuss the challenges and advantages of their ministry jobs during the holiday seasons. How can we balance it all in a healthy way?

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  • Hi Renee - they are attached now. (I was having trouble getting all of the files to attach to the post at first). They are great resources.

  • Yes, thanks for those prayers and encouragement for worship leaders, planners, and participants! It is so important.

     

  • Ruth Ann - what a great idea to have a round-table 'locally'. I'd love to hear how that goes! Maybe it will inspire more worship leaders to do that. There's nothing better than just sitting around...

  • I love my time in the car each morning listening to music.  This morning I was touched and inspired by the songs "Counting Every Blessing" by Rend Collective and "First" by Lauren Daigle.   

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  • Thanks for your question, Jeff.  There is a large selection of instrumental music available for Lift Up Your Hearts hymnal at Hymnary.org/hymnal/LUYH2013, click here.    Select the song, then go...

  • Loads of other free resources at ReformedWorship.org.  To find them type "Reconciliation" into the search bar at the top right corner of the page.  (You may be asked to register but all you need...

  • Hi Melanie - since no one has answered your question here, why don't you try the Worship Ministries Facebook page? There are several hundred CRC worship people there who are quite actively engaged...

  • Try it now - I've added a category - No formal training.

    This probably applies to many people - thank you for pointing this out.

  • Thanks, Allen. Sounds like an awesome ministry you have there in Niagara Falls. I appreciate your intentional connection to the community there. I'd like to hear some of that blues music! -Diane...

  • Hi Kristina, thanks for your comment here. We do apologize for the big volume changes in this webinar on youth and worship with Dr. Eric Mathis. We aren't sure why this problem was so pronounced...