I'm still putting my house back together after last week's fire, but the light is glimmering at the end of the tunnel. We're home tonight, which means I have internet again!

No internet has been tough, but I have to admit it was kind of a nice break. Speedy and I spent a lot of quality time together without the distractions of the world wide web or the DVR. I even taught him how to mash potato and do the twist (and yes, sing the song).

I also had a lot of time to reflect on my role as a worship leader (or lead worshiper as I like to think of it). It's a lot more than just getting up on stage and singing. I've been asked to lead a congregation, most of whom are relatively new to modern worship, in a spirit-filled worship experience. It's a role I've been studying, reflecting on and praying about for some time now, actually before I even joined the praise team.

The big questions right now in my mind are: What is the best way to approach this very important duty? What's the best way to lead?

I found a great article posted on The Worship Community with 10 tips for worship leaders. I thought this would be a great place to start as far as documenting my journey through this ministry. I'd love your feedback as fellow worship leaders, worship team musicians, worshipers, or casual observers.

Click here to read the full post.

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Comment by Junjie on March 6, 2010 at 4:13am
The article you linked to is great. :D I've also got some articles up, they are here if you want more of the nitty-gritty details that make the worship leading life a little easier!
Comment by Ivy on March 6, 2010 at 9:12pm
Thanks so much! I will check them out right now!


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