(photo and article from worshipleader.com)
In this article, Baloche talks about his early experiences as a worship leader and three main motives for us to remember as we minister: growing together, helping others worship and being a service artist.
Baloche writes, “It doesn’t get much better than serving a local community of believers and seeing lasting fruit take root in their lives and relationships over the long haul. Knowing that you are helping them connect with God and to each other is rewarding to your own soul. It’s a healthy response to Jesus’ question to Peter: “Peter, do you love me? … Feed my sheep.”
This article may not apply to you directly, but indirectly, think about YOUR specific motives for ministry. In my case, it would be to use my talents to reach the lost, disciple Christ-followers, and personally grow in His Word. Think about your talents and your ministry…what does God want you to do with the talents He gave you?
Check out the full article here.