Episode 17 • How To Be Ready for Anything

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 17, Brenton Miles, Worship Leader, Producer, & Co-Host sits down with Libby Lewis, Worship Leader, Songwriter, Vocal Coach, & Worship Online team member to talk about how to be ready for anything in a worship set or service.

It’s common where worship leaders and teams have to be ready for last minutes changes, songs, keys, and sometimes even different genres from what we’re commonly used to! In this episode, we talk about how to build a relationship with your pastor to know their direction, habits, and communication styles to know where they’re headed even if it’s not the pre-communicated roadmap.

Unity is key, and so is serving your pastors. As a musician, team leader, or band director, being ready for anything is a huge part of flow and eliminating distractions in a worship set.

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