Over at the Worship Coach’s website, Rod Ellis (Worship Coach/Kentucky Baptist Convention Worship Consultant), shares a seven part series asking the question “Should Worship Be Great?” to us worship leaders.
Here’s an excerpt from the first article:
This whole idea of “Worship Coach”–the blog, the consulting, the Facebook page–is an effort on my part to use the dozens of things I’ve learned about leading a worship ministry to serve those who may not have had the chance to make as many mistakes as I have.
Especially during the 7 years I was honored to serve with Memorial Baptist Church in Frankfort, KY, the team I designed and led had tremendous freedom and struck out often. (We had lots of base hits and some home runs, too.) So I learned a great deal, and would like to share with pastors and worship leaders some of those learnings.
Rod has written for this blog before and we appreciate his impact on ministry! Enjoy this insight from Rod and know that if you are in the greater Kentucky area, he is available to be a worship/ministry consultant to you and your church. Contact Rod via his facebook page here.