3 ways to keep DRAMA off your praise team

What is it about Praise And Worship teams that attract so much dissension? Why is there seemingly so much more animosity and discord in the praise team, of all places, than in any of the other groups? I’ve often thought about this. I’ll discuss it with you briefly in today’s blog and offer 3 ideas I believe will greatly reduce or minimize drama on your Praise Team.

1. Implement an in-depth interview/evaluation process for new members
A “come one come all”, open-door membership policy is a sure-fire way to insure you will always be dealing with a lot of drama on your praise team. Why? Because many people gravitate to praise teams for all the wrong reasons.
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Christmas with family

Are you shaking your head in disbelief like I am that Christmas is actually 3 days away at this writing? I mean where did an entire year go?! I actually sat down today without a topic to write about. It’s an emotional time for me, this Christmas. Because this is the first one I’ll spend alone, that I can remember. My emotions are mixed. There is, of course, all the joy of the season that comes along with this time of year for me. It’s just a beautiful time, even with all the hustle and bustle, the increased work-flow in music ministries as we prepare and deliver all of the extra rehearsals and performances the season demands.
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