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    • What every instrumentalist should know
      • Worship Team Series
      • It is not the sound that you make
      • that counts, it is the sound of your life.
      • 10 Things you should know by Paul W. Martin Grace Fellowship Church www.sermonaudio.com
      • Work hard on humility.
      • 2. A lead worshiper must arrive
      • prepared to rehearsal and
      • with a plan.
      • 3. Be sure you understand the
      • service goals and sermon
      • outlines. Thought, rhyme and
      • reason to it. It must have a
      • theme.
      • 4. Evaluate each other on how
      • you can each improve every
      • week.
      • 5. Work on intro’s altro’s and
      • transitions. Watch
      • instructional videos on our
      • website
      • http://www.musicianaryexchange.webs.com
      • 6. Encourage people to practice
      • before practice.
      • 7. Take notes. Help you practice
      • in midweek.
      • 8. Pray. Make a commitment
      • within the team “ We will not
      • do anything together until we
      • pray first.”
      • 9. Develop mutual
      • accountability.
      • 10. Replace yourself. Have a
      • shadow band. Teach those
      • younger one who are
      • committed to learn.
    • From Bro. Pete Galvez Elder, Bread of Life Crossroads 77
      • The sound level of the band
      • and worship must not be
      • C o n c e r t
      • LEVEL
      • but  worship level  
      • so that the congregation will have a vital sense of participation 
      • as they can
      • hear themselves worship in song  and not being drowned out by the worship team.  
    • This inspired thinking is brought to you by: Race Marked For Us Team Philippines