Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

WARNING: Contents Under Pressure

1 Comment » Written on January 18th, 2013     
Filed under: Better Together, Leadership, Local Church
Tags: , , , ,


Today’s post is written by Jo Anne Taylor, Music and Worship Pastor at Bethlehem Covenant Church, Minneapolis, MN.

We have barely made it through Christmas, but planning for Lent, Holy Week, and Easter is already underway. Meanwhile, there’s …

Report This Post

Room to grow…

3 comments Written on August 12th, 2011     
Filed under: Uncategorized
Tags: , ,

This Fall marks an anniversary; I’ve been involved full-time in leading worship for twenty-five years. During that period there has been a massive growth of activity, creativity and discussion and there’s never been a ‘dull’ moment. Someone, somewhere is always …

Report This Post

Strength in diversity

In encouraging fellow worship leaders to sign up and start commenting on the Facebook discussion page, “Better Together”, I don’t think any of us anticipated the breadth or depth of topics that might be covered. Today there are 135 …

Report This Post

Joining the Conversation

Post a Comment » Written on June 3rd, 2011     
Filed under: Better Together
Tags: , , , , ,

There’s been a lot of good discussion this past week over in the Better Together Facebook group, from technology questions (“What type font do you use for projection – worship lyrics, sermon content, etc.?”) to worship programming discussions (“What …

Report This Post

Who’s in Charge?

Post a Comment » Written on October 22nd, 2008     
Filed under: Articles, Leadership, Vocation and Call
Tags: ,

In the realm of worship and music ministry in the church, we come to many crossings where it is unclear just who is in charge.

Many of us are lay leaders or part time staff members, and sometimes our authority

Report This Post

Gifted to Lead 2

2 comments Written on September 10th, 2008     
Filed under: Books, Gender, Leadership, Vocation and Call
Tags: , , ,

Check out part 2 of a book discussion over at Jesus Creed: The book is Gifted to Lead, by Nancy Beach. Here’s a bit from the discussion/review today:

At the same time we feel the pressure to perform

Report This Post

Report This Blog