I want to say thanks. Thanks for being in the “trenches.” Thanks for faithfully creating spaces where people can meet with God. Your ministry in worship is vital…and those hours you put into it when no one sees you…they’re really making a difference! Thanks!
Knowing personally the importance and challenge of spiritually nurturing your team, I’m really excited to be able to bring yet another resource to you.
- Do you wish that rehearsal would go deeper than just pulling the music together?
- Is it a struggle to consistently and easily find quality, relevant encouragement to share and study with your worship team?
- Wouldn’t it be cool to be able to offer some spiritual content with your worship team? (whether you’re the “leader” or not)
- Is leading a team devotion at rehearsal always on your “to-do-that-never-gets-done” list?
- Can you imagine if worship leaders from across the country would come and share at your rehearsal?
- What if you could sit down with your team and have a devotional moment with a seasoned worship leader?
Me too! Well, now you can. We’ve teamed up with My Worship Leading Coach to be able to bring you just that…weekly devotions written by and for worship teams. These aren’t just random devos, they are specifically designed for people who serve in musical worship.
In addition to great Worship Ministry Devotions being delivered to your inbox each week, you also get a link for an mp3 audio version…so you don’t even have to read it yourself!
How do I get this? Just go to https://myworshipleadingcoach.com/ and enter “AdLibMusic” in the coupon code box to receive 10% off
And the person who put My Worship Leading Coach together is Tom Kraeuter. Tom has been leading worship since… before the Carter administration. Whoa. Yeah, but he’s still leading, still teaching, and in fact, his full name is actually Tom Energizer Bunny Kraeuter. He’s heard pretty much every question from every kind of church across the USA. Questions you’ve probably googled. So when he picks devotionals to send you, they’re sure to be relevant.