The relationship between pastor and worship leader is one of the most important church staff relationships there is. Today, we discuss a post by Sam Rainer on why it’s critical for the two to meet weekly.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
The preaching and music in a corporate worship service should complement one another.
Church members can tell if there is a healthy relationship or not between a pastor and worship leader.
A divided church staff can often lead to a divided church.
Worship is more than just music.
Pastors, how much better could your corporate worship be if you had a better relationship with your worship leader?
A church benefits when the church staff is close.
The five reasons we cover are:
Music and preaching are complementary, not separate.
Separating the sermon and music separates the church.
Churches can sense the healthiness of staff relationships.
A regular rhythm in worship fosters discipleship.
Pastors need to know what drives each other.
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