There are a lot of great worship leaders out there. Some are people you know because of their notoriety (and I guess you could say, fame). Others are unknown. But they’re pouring out their hearts and leading people towards their Creator with excellence week after week. The myth of growing in ministry is that you…

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I used to play soccer. I’ll never forget what it was like to play and be focused only in what I was doing without being aware that there were open people in front of me or behind me that I could pass to. That’s how some musicians approach worship music. But if you want your…

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by Todd Fields 1. Dim The Lights During Worship A simple change in lighting during the music set can improve the worship experience for people who may be uncomfortable or nervous that everyone can see them. 2. Encourage Worship Leaders To Memorize Songs If they know the song, they don’t need a music stand. If…

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The Rocket Company just released a product called The Guest Services System. It’s all about how to move guests at your church from insiders to outsiders. One of the overlooked places this product illuminates is the information table. The information table is an important place. It creates a massive, incredible opportunity for you to engage…

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We’re going to talk today about how to put songs together in a powerful way. If you’ve gone through our Worship Rocket coaching system, we had a module called How To Pick The Right Songs. This is going to be one step deeper, because you have to pick the right songs, but you also have…

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The big Sunday is almost here. And when it’s done, you’ll probably breathe a sigh of relief; but you have to do it all over again the following Sunday. And the Sunday after that. And the one after that…(you get it). You probably have two big questions on your mind: How do I keep the…

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Easter is one of the most attended Sundays of the year. This is not new information to you. But, how do we make it an awesome experience for everyone walking through the door, including Easter visitors? There are scads of posts and articles out there with advice for capitalizing on the visitor experience, and honestly,…

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When you have guests who show up at your church, they’re going to walk away and say one of two things… “I felt like a guest” Or “I felt like an intruder” Many guests haven’t been to church in a long time. Many of them are skeptical or afraid. Sometimes, they’re just not sure what…

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