Author: Alex Enfiedjian

7 Key Characteristics Of A Great Worship Leader

Being a great worship leader is so much more than just having strong vocal chops and epic guitar skills. Worship leaders are leaders, shepherds, counselors, vision casters, communicators, organizers, and administrators. And that’s probably just scratching the surface. So in order to be truly effective in our roles, there are some key characteristics that we should constantly be cultivating in ourselves. No one will excel at every characteristic on this list, but since we want to be sharp tools in the hand of God, we should seek to progressively improve in each of these areas. Pick one from the...

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Blue Yeti Pro Microphone – Review

If you’re looking for a great sounding, easy to use USB microphone, look no further! The Blue Yeti Pro microphone is an incredible sounding mic that is extremely versatile, easy to use, and delivers consistently solid results. I have been using the Blue Yeti Pro for three years and here is what I’ve found: Sound The Yeti Pro microphone is a condenser microphone that puts some of my higher priced mics to shame. I’d describe the sound as crisp, clear, bright, natural, and neutral. There is little to no tonal “coloring”. Since it’s a condenser mic, it picks up...

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Bonus: Should Worship Look Like A Concert? (A Definition Of Worship Ministry Success)

Should we be borrowing ideas and techniques from concerts to implement in our worship services? Can a small church with zero technology have a successful worship ministry? What defines ministry success? This short bonus episode encourages us to go back to the heart of our calling to examine the why, what and how of a successful worship ministry. Direct Download Subscribe To Our PodcastThe best way to listen to our podcast is on your smartphone. Subscribe oniTunes, Stitcher, Tune In, Google Play, AndroidNot sure how? CLICK HERE I'd love to hear from you!  EMAIL ME your thoughts on this episode or ASK...

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Recovering The Lost Art of Congregational Singing w/ Keith Getty

As many churches try to replicate stadium-style worship concerts in their weekly gatherings, the art of congregational singing is declining. Participation from congregants is down and what was supposed to be a participatory event has turned into passive observers watching leaders dance around a technicolor stage. But Keith and Kristen Getty are on a mission to revitalize congregational singing in churches across the globe. Today I talk with the prolific, modern day hymn-writer, Keith Getty about why congregational singing matters, why it’s in decline and how we can encourage more of it in our churches. Find out more about...

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6 Reasons To Have A Mid-Week Worship Rehearsal

Recently I became the worship pastor of a much larger church with multiple worship services per week. The sheer number of services requires a lot from our volunteer musicians so up until now there has never been a separate night dedicated to rehearsals. Currently, rehearsals are held an hour and a half before each service. This approach is new to me, and quite honestly a little stressful! In all my previous ministries I have had a separate midweek worship rehearsal to get parts dialed in, transitions tightened up, and see how the set flows. I would be lying to...

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