I have been in church my entire life. My father is a pastor and I, very rarely, if I can help it, miss being in church on a Sunday morning. Even when I am on vacation I make time to go to church wherever I am. When I was seventeen years old, I too felt a calling toward full-time vocational ministry. Let’s fast forward just short of two decades ahead and I have been working in churches and with churches in a variety of capacities my entire adult life. The one thing I had never experienced was being a “worship pastor” until recently. And, I have to say, I have definitely learned a few important truths about who really makes up the worship team.
Worship is an important aspect of the Christian community. One of the problems that arises is that we do not alway know who is on the team and who isn’t. I have shared some of my thoughts over at Worship Links. You can read the rest of my guest post at WorshipLinks.us.