WMC – 0118 – Interview with David Santistevan

In this episode of the Worship Ministry Podcast, we are very fortunate to have as our guest, David Santistevan. If you haven’t been over to his site, you’re going to want to do so, I promise, you won’t be disappointed. He has a ton of very useful content for worship leaders and worship team members.

I’m not going to give too much away, though you can check the show notes if your want to wet your appetite!

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Show Notes & Links:

– Our guest for today is David Santistevan.

– Be passionate about Jesus, leading people to Jesus and worshiping Jesus. It’s not just about performing songs well, at the highest quality, but about leading people to experience God.

– Read Your Bibles!

Knowing God by J. I. Packer

Knowledge of the Holy by A. W. Tozer.

– We are leading people to experience God, and it’s hard to lead people to a place where we’re not join.

– Be who God has called you to be, don’t compare yourself to other worship leader or recording artists. Whether you’re leading worship for 20,000 people or a nursing home, both have their place in the Kingdom. Success doesn’t depend on how many people are in your church or how many songs you write.

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Author: David Lindner

I’m a Worship Arts Pastor in the Great Northwest. I’ve been leading worship in the local church for about 10 years. I’ve learned a lot, and I’ve got a lot to learn, but I’d like to share my thoughts on Worship Arts Ministry and Leadership with you. I’m also married to my lovely wonderful wife Bekki & have a daughter - Hannah, who is two and we have a son - Henry on the way. I’m very fortunate to be living the life I’m living.

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