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CLOSING OUT OUR SERIES ON WOMEN IN WORSHIP, WE BRING YOU COMMENTARY FROM CONTRIBUTING LEADERS ON THE TOPIC OF COLLABORATION ... LINKING ARMS FOR THE CAUSE OF CHRIST. Whatever your realm of influence, may 2019 bring us all opportunity to share His joy as we operate out of a heart of worship.
NICOLE HILL. WORSHIP LEADER, SHEFFIELD FAMILY LIFE CENTER, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Our church community is racially, culturally and economically diverse. We reach a wide spectrum of people, ministering to all ages. This is a picture of who we are. Our worship is unique, tailor made, and may look different compared to other churches. We use a variety of people to lead individual songs in any given service, because of what they bring both spiritually and vocally. MICHAELAH WEAVER , WORSHIP LEADER AND SONGWRITER, BRIDGEWOOD CHURCH, CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN
We were created to worship and do life together, the coming together of our messy imperfect lives, choosing to love and serve each other anyway is what ministry looks like. It’s where worship truly is, and where I believe, we look the most like Jesus. SAM EVANS, CO-PASTOR AND WORSHIP LEADER, PLANETSHAKERS, AUSTRALIA We often work together as a team to see everything creatively constructed and released to the world. We are blessed at Planetshakers with people who truly see the significance of working together as a family and in unity. Therefore, collaboration is a very easy process for me. In fact, it’s fun and powerful and encouraging. We can celebrate each other’s gifts and abilities and then celebrate together what God does through us all. I think the most incredible moments in God have been when we have all contributed and had that sense of unity.
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by lisa burns