Serving on a worship team is a great opportunity to honor God and help other people pursue God. Here's how to determine whether or not you are ready to be on the stage.
- Even though you may think that musicianship is the main factor for being on stage, your attitude is actually the first and most important thing that you need to evaluate before you join a team (Philippians 2:3).
- While your attitude is the most important thing in worship, your technical skills are also vitally important.
- If you are not ready to join a team at this point, that’s okay. Keep working on your areas of growth and continue to move forward.
Philippians 2:3 Don’t be selfish; don’t try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves.
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Talk About It
- What is your initial reaction to this topic? What jumped out at you?
- What made you want to join a worship team?
- Read Philippians 2:1-5. How do you think this passage applies to someone participating on a worship team?
- Describe a time when you didn’t get what you wanted. How did you react? Explain.
- What does it mean to honor God with your life? Why is it important to honor God with your whole life? Based on the previous responses, recall a time when you honored God with a decision you made.
- Read Psalm 33:3. What do you think it means by “Play skillfully”? How good do you think you need to be to play on a team?
- What would you say are your strengths as a musician? What are your weaknesses?
- On a scale of 1-10, how hard is it for you to receive correction? Is it more natural for you to respond with a humble attitude or with a stubborn attitude?
- Write a personal action step based on this conversation.
This topic is in the Worship Teams 101 series.