A lot of people are speculating about what summer 2021 is going to look like for the church. I think it’s safe to say we should anticipate people taking a lot of time to rest and recuperate over the next few months. In fact, it might be what’s needed. Still, we’ll have services to plan and lead, when people may not be available, we might even be gone. How are we going to thoughtfully lead worship this summer?
Author: David Lindner
After being a worship pastor for 14 years, I have now stepped into a Lead Pastor role. I've learned a lot, still have a lot to learn and invite you to teach me and if I can I'll share what I know with you! I’m also married to my lovely wonderful wife Bekki & we have 4 kids, Hannah, Henry, Harry & Harper. Make sure to follow me on Twitter @thedavidlindner.
More posts by David Lindner
- Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast, Episode 229: Christi Stills, Worship Ministry as a Pianist and Her Journey as a Composer.
- Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast 227: Spiritual Preparation For Leading Worship, Taize, Promises & The Blessing
- Building Healthy Worship Teams Post Covid, Alex Enfiedjian, Worship Ministry Training (WMC-226)
- Worship Ministry Catalyst Podcast, Episode 225: Learning From Our Mistakes And Dealing With The Loss Of Mentorship In Worship
- WMC, 224: Branon Dempsey of Worship Team Training
- WMC 223: Catching up with Joe, David’s Peaceful Piano Hymns Album & New Fangled Techology
- WMC, 222: Distractions
- WMC, 221: Art and Influence
- WMC, 220: Ian Evans Guthrie
- WMC, 219: All Things Christmas, Alternative Covid Ideas.
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