Episode 108 • Sound Teams vs. Worship Leaders: 3 Ways Sound Teams Influence Their Church’s Worship Culture

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  • Libby Lewis

If you’re involved in production at your church, it’s crucial that you understand that before anything else, you are a worship leader.

You have the power to set the tone before anyone else walks in – the power to freak out or sing out – the power to curate a safe, healthy, vulnerable, freeing environment for people to pursue presence over presentation – or the opposite – cynical, stressful, “I’m in charge” “hate the musicians” atmosphere that breeds contempt and lifeless church environments with quick turnover and a lonely life. It’s entirely up to you.

In episode 108, Brenton Miles shares his experience running sound in and out of the church, and what sound teams can be doing to empower their worship team.

The console is just another instrument, and the band and production crew are ALL the “worship team.”

Don’t miss this powerful episode made specifically for anyone involved in church production! We hope this episode brings encouragement and practical tips to strengthen your worship teams. Listen in and share!

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