Worship Leaders

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#09 – Mia Fields

Mia Fields is an incredible leader and one of the most prolific songwriters in worship music today. We know you’ll love hearing her heart for worship teams and her advice on how to nurture creativity in the writing process. If you are writing original music for your church, we know you’ll want to have this one on repeat!

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#08 – Todd Fields

Stephen sits down with Todd Fields from Worship Circle to talk about his journey as a worship leader and songwriter, and what led to the founding of his ministry for worship leaders. Worship Circle provides a community for leaders to be reminded that they are loved and not alone. worshipcircle.com

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#10 – Andy Chrisman

We know you’ll love hearing from Andy Chrisman, a legendary member of 4Him, and worship pastor at Church on the Move in Tulsa, OK. He shares great wisdom on topics like dealing with transition in a healthy way, how to define culture, and the importance of humility. He also has great advice for aging worship leaders on how to build legacy and “age-out” well. Connect with Andy at https://www.andychrisman.net/ and on Instagram @andychrisman.

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“Work-Life Balance” as a Worship Leader with Brian Darnell

In this episode, Stephen Brewster talks with Brian Darnell. Brian is the Worship Leader Director at Grace Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Listen as we discuss the reality of what a “work-life balance” looks like for worship leaders and worship pastors at churches. We also took time to dive into what it looks like to disciple people as worship leaders.

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Leeland on Impacting People with the Presence of God

Writing songs can and should come from times of prayer. The presence of God changes everything. These are the things we were able to talk about with worship leader and songwriter Leeland Mooring. Come explore what it looks like to worship God in the home
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Creating Authentic Worship Moments with Jordan Howerton

Jordan Howerton talks about how we can't always push things that work in someone else's context into our own and assume it will go over as we expect. We all have different contexts in which we lead. Are we trying to model someone else or figure out how to
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