Episode 18 • Being A Leader (Off Stage)

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

Being a leader is what’s expected out of a worship leader… but leadership is not something automatically assumed from a position… it’s something earned, and comes as a byproduct of serving and helping people.

In Episode 18, we discuss what some of these different roles look like, how to best serve the teams we’re leading, and how there should be no difference in your approach to leading/serving off stage as there is on.

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