Podcast Episode #261
The relationship between the music leader and a pastor is one of the most important relationships in the church. In this episode Mike Harland explains why.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- “What happens on Sunday morning isn’t two things (music and preaching)—it’s one thing (worship).”
- “Worship is not a performance ministry. It’s a discipleship ministry.”
- “There needs to be a cadence of communication between the music leader and the pastor.”
- “A church can sense the health of the relationship between the pastor and music leader.”
- “If you’re looking for a worship leader, you better know the pastor’s heart and what to look for.”
- “The relationship between pastor and music leader is much like that of a marriage.”
- The relationship between pastor and music leader is one of the most important personal relationships in the church.
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