A King Slayer vai fazer uma combinação matadora (🎸⚔️) com o seu som. Curtiu o visual dessa #rckrstraps
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Blessed to get an opportunity to do what I love 🎸
Had a great afternoon session with Edward Grigassy. Guitar teachers from 6 CCISD High Schools showed up strong and are ready for the new year!
What do you ask your worship team to commit to? Let us know in the comments 👇!
It's hard to find the balance of how much you should ask your worship team to commit to. Often times, worship leaders end up asking their team to only make a small commitment. There are several underlying ideas that you're reinforcing when you ask your team to make a small commitment.
🔴 Here are 4 things asking your team to only make a small commitment does:
1️⃣ It communicates the mission isn't very important
Small missions require small commitments. Large mission require large commitments. The commitment you ask of your team directly communicates how big the mission is. When you tell your team they only need to show up and run through the songs on Sunday morning, that really tells them that Sunday mornings aren't that important.
2️⃣ It communicates their serving isn't very important
People know that if your church is accomplishing anything of significance, it takes a significant amount of work. When you ask your volunteers to only make a small commitment, you are really communicating that they can't help accomplish the larger mission. They're only capable of doing the small stuff. Instead, utilize the enormity of your mission to get people to buy into the vision.
3️⃣ It leads to a consumer culture where people only have to do the bare minimum
Small commitments are only one step above a complete consumer culture. You communicate that service in the church is not the congregation's responsibility. You communicate that they only need to sit back and do the bare minimum and they'll be taken care of.
4️⃣ You aren't building new leaders
If no one is ever asked to make a large commitment, you won't have any future leaders in your church. Think about how you first got into leading something at your church: someone asked you to make a bigger commitment than you already had (and probably way past what you were ready for.) Large commitments lead to future leaders.
Today’s a new day! Isn’t that encouraging? There is always hope in God’s love! “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23 NIV .
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Alô, Nordeste! Hoje tem RCKR indo pra Pernambuco (🏖️)! E você, tá esperando o quê pra garantir a sua #rckrstraps
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It's always a privilege playing for the semester kickoff @ethnos360bibleinstitute
! Some years I'm on drums, this year I'm on guitar (far left)
Sooo I had originally intended to finish and release this pedal before I move for grad school, but a design error on my end is gonna prevent that 😅 but, the artwork is done, the design is done, and I couldn’t be more proud of this pedal - how it sounds, how it looks, the feature set, the form factor, it’s easily my most impressive pedal to date. Introducing the Lighthouse. It blurs the line between tremolo and univibe, has built in tap tempo, and two different waveforms. There will be a handful available very soon :)
When I got this guitar, it was because a deal fell through on a dream guitar of mine. At the time I had sold most of my guitar collection to afford that dream guitar and I needed a replacement. I haven’t bonded with a guitar like I have with this one. It has redefined what my dream guitar is and down to the colour, it inspires me to push my creativity and reminds me to be grateful for what I have. #kn
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