Episode 78 • Motivating Your Worship Team with Katelyn Hill

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

This week we’re finishing our conversation from last week all about how to successfully lead your worship team! Often times, motivating your team is the hardest part. Getting them to practice, confirm on Planning Center, show up on time, all of the little things that can easily take away from your team’s purpose. In episode 78, we’re back with worship leader, Katelyn Hill, to talk practical ways to inspire and motivate your team members. If you’re a worship leader I already know you need to hear this!

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