Episode 140 • What Worship Leaders Miss that Will Take Their Communities to the Next Level with Lindy Cofer

  • Written By 
  • Josh Kluge

 

When you place The Great Commission next to the image of the 21st-century church, there’s a bit of a discrepancy. We operate in a culture of “come & see” more than “go & love”.

What if your worship team could catalyst your community into going and making disciples?

This is what Lindy Cofer & the Circuit Riders community not only believes but are also seeing take place all around the US.

It takes place by being intentional with the songs we choose to sing and how we move throughout the day.

It’s not that we are blind to the call to go & love. It’s just become secondary in our communities at large & this conversation is aimed at equipping you to go and ignite your community to movement; no matter your position, title, or profession.

Mentioned in the Episode

Lindy’s Music & Page

Circuit Riders

YWAM

The Send

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