A lot of our readers and friends in our worship community are volunteer worship leaders or bivocational worship pastors. Leaders in these roles often feel their capacity stretched and face a unique set of challenges. This week we're attempting to speak to this topic through one of our incredible weekend worship leaders, Latoya Harrison.
Latoya and her husband Dre started attending Bethany Church in October of 2000 as a newly-wed couple. Dre jumped into serving on the worship team immediately, and she jumped into serving a couple of years later.
Because managing everything that goes on at home, at the office, and at church can be such an exhausting balancing act for ministry volunteers, we wanted to dive into this subject and offer advice. Latoya shares some wisdom from her own story that we hope encourages you.
7 Keys to Leading with a Full Plate and Loving It
Lead with a full heart.
Don't be afraid to bring the family along for the journey.
Give God what you have.
Remember you're leading on and off the platform.not leading and that his schedule was always open to listen."
Pray over your schedules.
Communicate with your spouse.
It's a Privilege to Lead
We always come back to this statement. Leading on the weekends can be costly and a huge sacrifice to many, but it's a privilege to lead others to the heart of God. We're believing God is gracing you to lead with your full plate while loving every minute of it! If you have any questions or thoughts about this topic, we would love to hear from you. Click here to get in touch.
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