Episode 50 • How To Turn Your Worship Team Into A Family with Andrew Holt

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  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 50, Brenton Miles sits down with his friend Andrew Holt, a worship leader, songwriter, and the Worship Pastor at The Belonging Co in Nashville, TN.

Building a team is one thing, but building a community of family members has a completely different approach as a leader… and Andrew has done an incredible job.

With many professional level musicians and touring artists on the team at The Belonging, the schedules can be pretty crazy, but there’s one thing that stands out… there’s a unified spirit within the team.

Whether you’re a producer, session player, or touring musician, wherever you go, there’s a community and family right there with you, a phone call away, text away, or at times, even at your show ready to stand with you and pray over you. It goes way beyond the services on Sunday or Tuesday. It’s family. 24/7.

In this episode, Andrew shares his journey as a worship leader, how he got started at The Belonging, his experience co-writing songs for church, and some of the important lessons he’s learned over the past few years.

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This episode of the Worship Online Podcast is produced by Key Eye Productions LLC and recorded at Gnome Studios in Nashville, TN.

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