Episode 141 • Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s 4 Keys to Worship Leading that Don’t Require Talent

  • Written By 
  • Josh Kluge

 

People think that great worship leadership is 100% dependent upon natural ability or talent. Many things that make worship leaders great have nothing to do with talent.

So what are they?

In our conversation with Tasha Cobbs Leonard, we discuss a few of these practical things, that anyone can do, that have enabled her to become an absolutely incredible worship leader.

These insights are absolutely invaluable.

Tasha also talks about how God is using her to bridge cultures and see true healing take place in areas of injustice.

If you take to heart everything Tasha talks about in this episode, it will not only help you overcome common hurdles every worship leader faces, but also enable you to become the Kingdom leader God’s called you to be.

Mentioned in the Episode

Tasha’s New Album “Royalty”

Worship Circle

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