Getting To Know The People You Lead: Part II

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We can not just expect that if our week is great and we are ready to celebrate and rejoice in the Lord, that the person battling cancer or the widowed mother is going to just jump in singing with that same voice of rejoicing. And if we are naïve enough to believe that just a 5-6 song set list will get them to the point of responding with rejoicing just as we might want to, then we are foolish and are missing an important opportunity to share with them the power of the cross and the burdens that Jesus bore for us.

Getting To Know The People You Lead: Part I

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So, when we lead our people, whether you’re leading in front of thousands of people on a Sunday or just a handful in a living room, whether you’re leading kids, students, or recovery, we are given the opportunity to teach and to coach people in coming alongside us and participate in what we love to do the most: worship our Savior, Jesus Christ, through song.