Worship Study Revitalizes Entire Choir!

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Praise More PowerfulToday I received a phone call from a worship leader at a church in Marion, Arkansas. His choir and musicians have all been going through our worship study, Praise More Powerful. He said I could quote him on what he told me, so here goes:

He said that he has never seen his choir so excited to come to practices. They can’t wait to come and talk about what they are learning in the study! In fact, he is having almost 100% attendance every week!

What’s more: They are realizing their responsibilities as worship leaders. He told me their church went to two morning services a couple years ago. Since then he has never been able to get more than a few to come and sing in the second service. However, this past Sunday they had a full choir in both the early and the later services! In his words, “It is no coincidence that they are right now going through this study and learning their roles as lead worshipers.”

Thank God for how he is using this tool to help worship leaders! Our God is amazingly faithful and wise and good!

**For more information about the Praise More Powerful worship study, click here.


 

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Praise More Powerful » Our Top 20 Blog Posts Since Launch!
28 September, 2006 At 12:30 am

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Praise More Powerful » Our Top 20 Blog Posts Since Launch!
At 12:30 am

[…] NOTE: The number of hits are approximate for each and could be quite a bit higher because hits on the rss feed are harder to track. Also, some articles’ hits were basically tied, so we ranked those based on our best educated quess of which one was more popular. 1. Casting Crowns Cast Their Crowns (450 hits) 2. Repetition in Praise Is Not a Bad Thing (250) 3. A Christmas Wrapped In Praise (200) 4. 4 Levels of Effectiveness as Worship Leaders (125) 5. Audio Sessions Now Online! (120) 6. Fallen Troops (110) 7. New Year’s Resolution: Quit Your Job (110) 8. Video Interview with Charlie Hall about Worship (100 – and quickly rising!) 9. New Year’s Resolution: Be Godly, Not Religious (100) 10. Striving to Be a Minister Through Music (100) 11. 3 Requirements for Perfect Praise (95) 12. First Service at New Church Start a Huge Success (95) 13. Planning a Worship Service Using the 5 Necessary Elements (95) 14. Rick Muchow’s Tips for Leading Worship (90) 15. Reward for Faithfulness 20 Years in Coming (85) 16. Welcome Pastors.com Readers! (85) 17. How Structured Should a Worship Service Be? (80) 18. Worship Study Revitalizes Entire Choir (75) 19. God Can Work in Tightly Scheduled Worship Services Too! (75) 20. True Worship Changes Us (70) […]

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