Every so often, I like to share a resource that I have found meaningful and helpful in my role as a worship leader. These are some tools that have been a useful addition in my Worship Leader Toolbox.
Today, I’d like to point you to Jon Nicol [twitter] and WorshipTeamCoach.com.
Jon is the real deal. He’s in the trenches, doing what you and I do every week. He’s served in both large and small churches, and is currently in Ohio. His heart is for developing musicians, teams, and leaders, and that is why he does WorshipTeamCoach.com.
WorshipTeamCoach.com is both a resource site and a blog.
First, let’s talk about the blog. Jon blogs regularly on topics relating to worship ministry and leading a service. Some recent posts include:
Jon writes practically, but also with humor, metaphor, and is grounded in biblical truth. Jon writes about team development, worship leading/planning, biblical worship, spiritual formation, musicianship, and what he calls small church/big worship. Jon also offers posts that are devotional in nature that can be used with a worship team. If that was all there was to WorshipTeamCoach.com, it would be well worth the time to visit and subscribe.
But wait, there’s more…
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