Holding High Standards In Small Churches Worship

The average church in America has only seventy members. This means that most worship leaders are fighting the uphill battle of trying to create an excellent worship ministry with limited resources and limited personnel. However, Kade Young seems to have cracked the code. In a church of only 100, Kade is consistently bringing forth excellence from both his worship and tech ministries. Today we talk to Kade about how to hold high standards for excellence in a small church. The principles outlined here will apply to small and large churches alike, so no matter what your church size dive in and be encouraged!

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Whether you lead a church of 100 or 10,000 people, the calling to be an excellent worship leader is the same.  – Tweet That!

It’s better to have an incomplete team than have a team full of people who aren’t a good fit.  – Tweet That!

More does not equal better. You don’t need a large team to be musically excellent. – Tweet That!

The majority of a worship leader’s most important work takes place behind the scenes, not just on stage on Sunday. – Tweet That!

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