Part 1 of this post looked at the first four ways we engage. (Click to read Part 1) Each of those facets of engagement had to do with others: God, leaders, other team members, and the congregation. But now we’re looking at two other ways team members engage.
That movie was super engaging.
My boss and I engaged in verbal sparring that ended with my resignation.
Engage the tractor beam.
Omigosh! You got engaged!
We were so engaged in conversation that we missed our exit.
I have an engagement with a bacon cheeseburger after work.
The word engage is rich. In various forms, it can be a noun, a verb or an adjective. Between those different forms, the dictionary has upwards of fifteen different definitions. I think the richness of the word suits it perfectly to describe a healthy worship team: Engaged.
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An interview with killer sound guru, Kent Morris...
, in-ear monitor
, kent morris
, monitor mix
, paul baloche
, sound check
, sound tech
, stage volume
Do any of these words/phrases describe moments of your worship service?
- Awkward Pauses
- Unintended Silence
No formal music education needed: this is Arrangement-Hacking 101.
Don't think you can arrange music? It's easier than you think...
How to eliminate the culture of lateness from your team...
The unique challenges for smaller church worship ministries, and how to overcome them...
, small church
, small church big worship
, smaller churches
, worship service planning
, worship team
Are you guilty of this prayer?
In today's podcast, I interview Jason Houtsma of WorshipArtistry.com about how to lead guitarists on your team.
Lead rehearsals that help make sundays great (and build an awesome team in the process)...
What chord do you use when you want to linger for a moment in worship?
Great preparation isn't just about practice and rehearsal...
Ever get that deer-in-headlights look from your congregation when you’re leading a new song? You can pick a great song and it will still tank. We’ll talk abou
When your congregation is looking at you like a deer-in-headlights...
The missing element in the war on unpreparedness...
What if the right approach to scheduling could actually make your team members more committed?
Introducing The Exceptional Worship Podcast
Ever planned one of those worship moments that SHOULD have been awesome?