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Check out this new podcast for Worship Teams: http://www.alexonmusic.com/worship-team-training-podcast It's produced by Alex Enfiedjian, worship pastor of Cypress Church, Salinas, CA. The episodes aren't too long (the first is only 20 minutes), and he has covered some good subjects for teams and leaders so far with clear and instructive thoughts. I'm looking forward to hearing more from Alex.
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I thought I’d share with you the first part of the first chapter of WorshipTeam101, looking back on how I started in the whole arena of worship teams and leading worship. I’d love your feedback, good and bad – share in the comments below.   Chapter 1: Everyone has to start somewhere My first experience
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We’re looking for your help with making sure the content for the upcoming WorshipTeam101 book is comprehensive and useful for all kinds of worship teams. So, as an incentive for helping us out, we’re running a free giveaway draw. We’d like you to answer one simple question: What are your two top questions about leading
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  Excellence is often confused with perfection. Excellence is an attitude, not a result. When we strive for perfection, we strive to be the best, no flaws – what separates us from others is the result. But to strive for excellence is to strive to put into our character a care and attention to the
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The lyrics to Israel Houghton‘s great song “Jesus at the centre of it all” make this value so simple to understand: “It’s all about You, it’s always been about You, everything revolves around You” Christ is the centre of all creation, of all that we are, of all that’s been and is to come. For
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Experience can make the difference in someone’s life. If you have a bad or good experience, you remember it, and it colours your view of that place or event for years to come. We had an interesting experience with two restaurants when I took my wife Ali out for her birthday a couple of years
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I wanted to share a recent post by my Senior Pastor, Andy Elmes, on his daily email devotional, Breakfast of Champions: [symple_box color=”yellow” text_align=”left” width=”100%” float=”none”] “The purposes of a man’s heart are deep waters, but a man of understanding draws them out. Many a man claims to have unfailing love, but a faithful man
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In Numbers 13, spies are sent into the Promised Land, and they return with fruit they’ve found and a report of what’s ahead. Two spies – Caleb and Joshua – give a good report, but the other ten spies give a bad report. That bad report spreads like wildfire throughout the nation – around 6
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“He also chose David His servant, and took him from the sheepfolds; from following the ewes that had young He brought him, to shepherd Jacob His people, and Israel His inheritance. So he [David] shepherded them according to the integrity of His heart, and guided them by the skillfulness of his hands.” Psalm 78:70-72, NKJV
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