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Worship Leading Effectively engaging people to worship the Lord
Many of these concepts have been demonstrated or articulated by the following people: Paul Baloche Lincoln Brewster Tommy Walker
Relational Dynamic (Engaging, connected)
Relational Dynamic (Engaging, connected) (Moving, taking people somewhere)
Relational Focus people on Christ.
Relational Focus people on Christ. Expect excellence and humility. Interact: worship is not a monologue. Everyone there is on the worship team. Spend time together. Lead the team.
Helpful details Rotate worship team members Sound Check Planning Center
Listen: your ears are your most important musical instrument. 100 % Rule 3 T’s: in Tune, on Time, good Tone Dynamic
100 % Rule You
100 % Rule You Guitar Player
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Listen: your ears are your most important musical instrument. 100 % Rule Dynamics make music matter. Become an arranger. 3 T’s: in Tune, on Time, good Tone Dynamic
Moment Dynamics Transition (distinct from previous moment)
Dynamics Uh, oh Sameness kills! Don’t be a victim.
Set List Factors Tempo Key Horizontal/Vertical Familiarity New Gold Tired
Set List Song 1Song 3Song 4Song 5Song 2 Time Tempo, Key, etc. Uh, oh
Set List Song 1 Song 3 Song 4 Song 5 Song 2 Time Tempo, Key, etc.
Set List Song 1 Song 3 Song 4 Song 5 Song 2 Time Tempo, key, etc.
Song Layout Verse Chorus Time Tempo, Key, etc. Uh, oh VerseChorusBridgeChorus
Intro Verse 1 Chorus Verse 2 Chorus Bridge Chorus Bridge Outro Time Intensity Song Layout
Top 10 Moments Lead Line Partial Build Sustain Half Time
Top 10 Moments Pulse Full Out Fall Away Change-up Breakdown
Top 5 Transitions Hits Stops Fills Short Build Stair Step
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