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n every church leader’s ministry there must come a day where their job changes from hired preacher to pastor, or hired musician to worship pastor. What is the difference between a church musician and a worship pastor? One focuses on the skills of his or her instrument in order to do a good job on Sunday, the other becomes intimately connected with his or her congregation in order to clear distractions and help people find themselves in contact with the Redeemer. No matter what your title is, if you are the one who leads the prayers in your church, your role is much more. You are being asked to actually pastor others. Of course, you likely already have a senior pastor, so your mode of operation will be unique, and the following pages are to help you find what being a worship pastor means in your context.

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Worship Leader Magazine Nov/Dec 2008 Issue 22 W O R S H I P L E A D E R | W O R S H I P L E A D E R .C O M | VO L . 28, N O. 4

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