Aaron Ivey talks about Jesus’s servanthood, and how being a servant is an inherent desire of ours. We were designed and created for servanthood. Our aim should be for the name of Jesus to be lifted high and glorified.
Kyle Lent talks about delegation and its use to lessen the load on your own plate while using tasks to develop other members of your team. The early Church used this method in Acts 6 to accomplish tasks and multiply disciples.
Aaron Ivey talks about the necessity of unity in a band or team. It’s up to everyone in the band to strive for unity, not just the leader. We must over-communicate our thoughts and vision in order to create unity in the team.
Kyle Lent teaches about how pride is the biggest hindrance to collaboration. We must humble ourselves in submission to each other, and we see a perfect example of submission in the trinity.
Aaron Ivey talks about how crucial it is for a healthy band to maintain a positive environment. Negativity can ultimately lead to ineffectiveness, so we must strive for positivity and unity within our team.
Aaron Ivey talks about different methods of compensating musicians that lead in worship on Sundays. There are ways to compensate musicians that are more valuable than anything money could ever buy.
How is vision actually set? Aaron Ivey shares five tips for creating a vision for your band or team.
Aaron Ivey teaches about the process of setting a culture in your church. Even if you don’t know how to set culture, you are nurturing or fostering something in your church. The culture-setting process must begin with a vision of where you are going.
Chris Collins teaches how we, as pastors and leaders, can use tasks to develop others into leaders. Rather than tasks becoming a nuisance and filling our schedule, they can actually be delegated to other people in order to grow them.
There’s room for a billion more songs to be sung to Jesus by His people. I hope these simple and practical suggestions are helpful as you foster a culture of songwriting in your own church.